Multipanel wall art is making noise in the world of home designing. Gone are the days when people used to hang single panel canvas on a large wall and it still looks kind of off. With multipanel wall decor, you can fill up large spaces with a dramatic effect. For sure it will leave a unique impression to your home.
There are many ways you can design your home with multipanel wall art. You can also check out some before and after projects so you can see amazing changes that multipanel wall canvas does to your place.
Given that you have bought your first ever multipanel wall art, here are the steps on how to hang them the easy way.
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Step 1: Prepare the Materials
First, you have to prepare the materials that you are going to use. In this case, you’re going to be needing a Tape Measure, 3M Double Sided Tape, Building Level, and Pencil. These stuff are mostly available in your house. If not, then you can buy them at the nearest store.
In buying double-sided tape, make sure that it is thick enough to hold the wall art when you hang it on the wall.
Step 2: Measure the Middle Piece
After gathering all the materials, you may now measure the middle piece print size. This will allow you to hang your wall art at the right place on the wall. Record the measurement and use it as a guide later as we proceed.
Proper measurement is very crucial. Make sure that you get the right number so it will be easy for you to hang the wall art later on.
Step 3: Tape Canvas Art
Stick the double-sided tape at the back of the canvas. Remember to put the tapes on every corner of the wall art to make sure that it will stick well on the wall. This is an important method in which you will be using an adhesive tape to hang your wall decor. There’s no need for you to put screws or nails on the wall.
In this way, you will not cause any damage to your wall. You can actually hang a canvas art using these tapes.
Step 4: Draw a Line on the Wall Where You Want to Put the Middle Piece Canvas
Building level can indicate the surface of your wall horizontally or vertically. It also checks the elevation of your work and is best in setting and measuring levels.
Using a pencil, draw a line where you want to put the middle piece of your multipanel canvas. Make sure to draw a line on the sides too.
Step 5: Hang the Panels
Now that you have finished drawing on your wall, it’s time to hang your multipanel canvas. Start by hanging the middle piece where you have drawn the line. Press the canvas print hard on to make it stick on the wall.
Step 6: Mark the Bottom of the Next Piece
The next step is to measure the bottom of the next canvas piece four inches below the middle canvas. This will serve as a guide to the next pieces that you are about to hang.
Measure each side and repeat the process until all of the multipanel canvas are hanging on the wall. But before that, make sure to prepare your wall before hanging canvas art.
For the video instruction, you may watch How to Hang 5 Panel Canvas.