Decorating Fails You'll Only Notice When They're Wrong
A designer reveals common home-décor efforts that fall short—plus, easy ways to fix them.
Art is tricky and very subjective, but no matter what you put on your walls, it is better to go bigger and to always hang at eye level. That means if your wall was split up into quadrants from floor to ceiling, you would hang the center of the piece in the third quadrant. If you have a large wall, then consider hanging a few different pieces or a gallery wall to fill the space and engage as much of the wall as possible.
Designed by Brady Tolbert, Photography by Tessa Neustadt