Mandala wall art is usually a framed photo picture that has hung on a nail on the wall. Arranging wall art is a moderately simple process that requires a sense of space and aesthetics. You do not want a cluster of art in a corner of a room while the rest of the walls remain bare. Wall art should be balanced, as a complement to an already nicely decorated room. You also do not want wall art to be crooked.
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Keep mandala wall art on the wall with your hands. Find out where you want to hang it. This is a step about using your eyes. If you cannot find a spot on the wall that looks good, try another piece of art or another wall. Hammer nails in the wall at the place you plan to hang your art. Once you’ve seen where you want your art to be on the wall, hammer a nail into an inch below the top, the middle of the art. When hammering nails into the wall, make sure your nail is at an angle pointing down into the wall. The nail should be three quarters of its length into the wall.
Hang the art from the top edge to the nail. Make sure the center of technology rests on the nail; otherwise the area will be crooked. Arrange the mandala wall art in the middle of the wall, at eye level. You can hang it over eye height if it is an exceptionally large piece of art. Do not group artwork next to each other unless they are part of a series, or are very small and similar.