Wow! I'm so thrilled to read all your great feedback on Hang & Level. I'm the inventor of the tool, the woman in the picture at the very top of the page. As one of you mentioned, I came up with the picture hanging tool idea out of pure frustration and fear of putting extra holes in my clients' walls. Now, here I am with a whole team of people developing wall décor solutions to make picture hanging easy or easier. Many thanks for your support, we all appreciate it.
Roundup: Tools for Hanging Artwork
|3/13/12 6:33 PM|
Hanging any type of wall decor fitted with 2 D-rings can be a real challenge but it can be done. Check the link below to see how we've done it without making any extra holes in the walls. Depending on the size of the piece you're hanging, having an extra pair of hands to help is a definite bonus.
How To: Hang Picture Frames With Two Hooks
|3/1/12 5:21 PM|
If you don't want to screw up when hanging artwork, make sure you have the right tool to do the job. Try Hang & Level, it marks exactly where to place the nail. No guesswork or extra holes in your walls.
How To: Hang Your Artwork and Not Screw It Up
|2/7/12 5:46 PM|
In addition to butcher paper, try Hang & Level, a tool we designed as a result of our own frustrations with picture hanging. It marks exactly where the nail goes, no more guesswork and it'll save you time and potential mistake holes too. www.utrdecorating.com
How to: Arrange and Hang Picture Frames Using Butcher Paper
Jessica's February Jumpstart Project 2009
|2/7/12 5:26 PM|