Monday Montage: how to hang unhangable art

February 7 |

I've spent the week watching the Offbeat Home Flickr pool grow, and really enjoying the variety of spaces we're seeing. Here are a few highlights, including a Bollywood music room, blue and red bliss, and the ultimate solution to hanging un-hangable art.

Art studio at Egan's Farm
What a serene-looking studio space. It's easy to imagine working happily there. Photo by sundialinshade2010.

Office / Music / Indian Room
Check out the stellar peacock fan in this Indian music room/office. Photo by Deanna Larmeu.
bathroom art
Two binder clips on nails are all it takes to make warped, unframeable artwork work. Photo by ereyui.
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This makes me die of happiness. I die. Photo by xatomicbettiex.
little pink chandelier
This chandelier comes from beyond the Offbeat Home Flickr group, but it takes me to the world of Sophia Coppola's Marie Antoinette and makes me want bright baroque everywhere. Photo by Shimelle Laine, used under Creative Commons license.

We have more photos in the Offbeat Home Flickr pool, and would love to see your submissions!

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  1. Ooh, that binder clip thing is EXACTLY the solution I've been looking for! Thanks Cat!

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  2. A good picture framer would be able to frame and hang that painting – though the framing would cost more than the picture is worth. The binder clips are a pretty cool idea though. I never would have thought of that.

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  3. Binder clips come in a number of sizes, colors and materials–so even if the black ones pictured don't work for your home, there are a lot of options that can complement your picture and overall decor.

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  4. Every house should have a giant portrait of Divine, just sayin'.

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