How to hang art in your home.

I'd like to open this post with a HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my friend soul mate Ginny Branch Stelling.

Yesterday Ginny and I were driving to Vinings for the Mignonne Gavigan event and started talking about our horoscopes.  Ginny said that the defining characteristic of a Taurus is that they love being surrounded by beautiful things.  Oddly enough, that's also the dominant characteristic of a Libra (me).  Instead of concluding that astrology is a hoax, I decided that Ginny and I were destined to be besties, and that made me very happy.  Happy Birthday my dear friend.  I am overjoyed you were born.

Speaking of beautiful surroundings (see what I did there?), earlier this year I shot a house in Pine Hills for one of our new agents Rosina Seydel.  The owners of this home have THE MOST incredible personal art collection I've ever seen.  I was so distracted I could barely shoot the home, and it took me about twice as long as usual.  I love the way they hung their art.  It was truly a master class in displaying art in your home.  It was everywhere, and my opinion is that there can never be enough art!  The most famous National Geographic portrait is hung in the upstairs hallway.  Look for it in the photos :)  Enjoy!  

Horse painting living room
living room art
Family room art and ireplace
Art Hanging
art hanging
Art Hanging
Art in a foyer
Art in a Guet Bedroom
Art in a guest bedroom
 Close up of NYC city scene in the previous photo.

Close up of NYC city scene in the previous photo.

Art in an upstair hallway
Art in a guest bedroom
Art by the laundry room
Art in the master bedrrom
hanging art in the basement
hanging art in the basement
art in a movie theater

Have you ever seen anything like it?  For more details on this home, please visit the listing here.  Have a great weekend everybody!


If you liked this post, I'm certain you's also like An Art Lover's Dream Home :)

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