Hill Country House
The main corridor, which doubles as a gallery, is differentiated by thin vertical windows that balance the requirement for natural light with the need to provide space for hanging artwork.
Photo by Paul Finkel | Piston Design
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Halls can be delightful places to create your own art gallery. Since you frequently pass through these spaces, they are ideal for displaying collections of your favorite artwork and photographs. Depending on your gallery’s design, you will want to hang each art piece so that the center is at eye level or slightly lower, between 57 and 62 in. In general, oversize art is better placed in large rooms, where you can stand back from the work to appreciate its composition. Hallways are ideal for a collection of smaller pieces.