Art In Rows

Here’s one way to keep your art in line! The most elegant way of hanging art in a row is by using works of the same size. Hang them in parallel, and equally spaces. The horizontal row arrangement is a classic hanging method that works especially well in low-ceilinged spaces.

Art hung in a row
A row of artworks by Paul Fuentes

A row of artworks by Paul Fuentes

A contemporary variation: centered along an imaginary line

When creating this layout, think of the artworks as pearls on a taut necklace. The pieces may vary in size, but all are centered along the same imaginary line. Depending on the size and shape of your walls, this can be either vertical or horizontal

Art centered along an imaginary line
LUMAS works on a line of symmetry

LUMAS works on a line of symmetry

See all works:

  Miami Beach by Paul Fuentes
Miami Beach
Paul Fuentes
from $ 499 to $ 1,539
  Pool Desert Tiger by Paul Fuentes
Pool Desert Tiger
Paul Fuentes
from $ 499 to $ 1,539
  Sunny Beach by Paul Fuentes
Sunny Beach
Paul Fuentes
from $ 499 to $ 1,539
  Pool Side Giraffe by Paul Fuentes
Pool Side Giraffe
Paul Fuentes
from $ 499 to $ 1,539
  Autumn Magic 2 by Christiane Steinicke
Autumn Magic 2
Christiane Steinicke
from $ 369 to $ 1,499
  Purple Trees by Christiane Steinicke
Purple Trees
Christiane Steinicke
from $ 369 to $ 1,399
  Ibis in Volo by Daria Petrilli
Ibis in Volo
Daria Petrilli
from $ 499 to $ 1,199

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