There are thousands of options for letter wall art in styles, sizes, and colors when selecting decorative letter tapestries. Many new parents hang the letters on a wall to spell the name of a new baby in a daycare. Teenagers hang the letters on a wall to give personality and uniqueness to their room. Some interior decorators use letters to spell out the family name as the focal point for a family portrait wall in a hallway area or room in the house. Hanging letters on a wall is a distinctive way to add life to the decoration of a room.
Select a wall in your house to place the letter wall art. Will the letters be the focal point of the room? What is the main theme of the design of the room? Will attractive letters be on that particular wall? Find the center of the wall, and mark that point with a pencil. From the center mark on the left, use a tape measure to see how far you want the letters to go outward, and write down the measurement. This will be the point of the letters begin. Make a small point on the wall with a pencil to mark this place.
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Hang the first letter wall art of the plus-left mark. Hang the last letter on the mark you made (more to the right). Hang the middle letter of the word in the initial center mark you made. Use a level to make sure that the cards are straight. Hang the remaining letters with the instructions. Move to one side of the wall, and make sure the letters are level and spaced equally.