Get the hang of displaying your artwork with these ideas from homes and galleries compiled by The Irish Times, and showcasing our use of leather straps to suspend a framed photograph in the library of our Antrim Grove residential project.
Our client was keen to display their much-loved art and photography collection. Recognising their preference for a contemporary industrial look, we designed bespoke leather straps from which their artworks could be suspended. A unique feature which is both fun and functional. On the wall alongside, a large oil painting in a traditional gilded frame is also hung from the same rail but is suspended from hooks and hangs at a slightly higher level to the photograph.
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