In my line of work, I hang a lot of artwork. People don’t always have a large enough piece of art to fill in an empty wall space in their home. Or they have small art pieces that they love, but that get lost all alone on a large wall. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I’m nothing if not resourceful.
The host of Talk of the Town, Meryll Rose, recently invited me to share some of my tips and tricks for hanging art in groupings! In the television segment, I shared a few examples of art groupings I created in my client’s home and explained my process for hanging art in each grouping. Just click on the picture below after you finish reading this post.
I’ve learned a lot over the years, and I absolutely love to teach others how to make their interiors amazing. If you want to learn more about hanging art and arranging furniture with my method called Architectural Harmony, check out my video workshop: Just the Right Furniture Arrangement. If you are a professional stager, my webinar, Psychological Staging for Living Rooms may be particularly helpful for you since I address arranging furniture in rooms with architectural challenges (corner fireplaces, multiple openings, odd angles, etc.).
And if you want to learn it all and become a professional home stager (or take your staging business to the next level), you’ll want to find out more about my Expert Psychological Stager certification course scheduled for September 17-19, 2015 in Nashville, TN. Space is limited, so sign up ASAP to reserve your seat in the course.
Early bird sign-ups for individuals are currently on sale with a discount of $200, just click here. Sign up today and look forward to visiting the amazing city of Nashville at the best time of the year.
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I’m headed to Chicago this week for a little vacation, so let me know if you have any tips for me about what I need to see while I’m there!
Great job, Kristie!
Thank you, Beth! It was a lot of fun!!!
A couple of my favorite things to do are touring the Cultural Center (it’s free too!) and the Chicago Architectural Foundation River Cruise. There is so much to do in Chicago. Hope you have a wonderful time.
Thanks, Linda! we’re definitely doing the architectural river cruise!!
Go to The Publican and get their Chicken with frites. Everything is unique and fabulous. And The Little Goat Diner for breakfast.
Thank you for the restaurant tips, Pamela!
Perhaps you have seen it but I was captivated by the Thorne Miniature Rooms Collection at the Art Institute. It showcases the early history of both European and American interiors. I visited with a group of friends during a “girl’s weekend” in Chicago. While everyone in my group agreed that it was an amazing display, several of my companions lost interest after the first 10 or so exhibit windows. An artist friend and I were fascinated however and ended up staying much longer peering into the little windows depicting tiny slices of life as it once was. Loved it!
Oh my goodness, Susan, that sounds so amazing! I will see if I can talk the family into adding that to our itinerary!!! Thanks for the tip!