Art In Rows

Here’s one way to keep your wall decor in line! The most exact way to hang art in a row is to use artworks that are all the same size. Hang them all at the same height and with equal distance between them. The horizontal row is an effective and classic way to hang art, and it even works in rooms with low ceilings.


Art hung in a row

Art hung in a row

A row of LUMAS Minis by Edward B. Gordon

A row of LUMAS Minis by Edward B. Gordon

The Less Rigid Variation: Centered on an Imaginary Line

Here, think of the artworks like pearls on a taut necklace. The pieces may vary in size, but they are all centered along the same line. Depending on how much space you have on your wall, you can arrange your artistic treasures either horizontally or vertically.


Art centered along an imaginary line

Art centered along an imaginary line

LUMAS works on a line of symmetry

LUMAS works on a line of symmetry

Our Customers’ Gallery Walls:


Léo Caillard: House IV (o.), House VI (m.), House XII (u.)

Léo Caillard: House IV (o.), House VI (m.), House
XII (u.) @lumas_spain – via Instagram

LUMAS Classics und Blake Edwards.

LUMAS Classics und Blake Edwards.
@malgorzata_grmm_ – via Instagram

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