Picture Molding to Display Photos

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  • Eric Brody
    Eric Brody
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    on: March 7, 2022 at 10:58 pm

    Nice article. However, the author failed to mention the absolute best way to display photos in one’s home and that is with picture molding.

    We were fortunate to build our home about 10 years ago and our finish carpenter was a former professional photographer. He suggested we put picture molding in all our living areas. It’s terrific; there are no holes in the wall and whenever I feel like it I take a photo down and replace it in just a few minutes. The wires are all but invisible and I can hang the photos at whatever height I want, good for a couple of short people like my wife and I. I realize it doesn’t work everywhere and for everyone, but if it’s possible, it’s a wonderful solution.

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    Kevin Raber
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    Reply #1 on: March 8, 2022 at 1:07 am

    The system you show is similar to one we did another article on a while back.  https://photopxl.com/how-to-get-big-impact-from-smaller-prints/  I use a wire hanging system like this in my studio and it works great.  Your setup looks wonderful and I love it.  While I have a lot of my photography in my home, my wife has made sure it looks good.  If I had my way every square inch of our walls would have photos hanging there.  Debra feels a bit of white space between them is good.  Lucky for me at the studio, I have it my way.

    Kevin Raber
    CEO & Publisher of PhotoPXL.com and Rockhopperworkshops.com

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