|Fig.1 50# Utility Hook|
Supplies and Tools:
Conventional picture hooks 50 lbs.
Drill bit 1/64 inch
Utility hook picture hangers
Mrs H. called my repair service to remove and clean a decorative metal ornament in her kitchen.
This post shows three different decorative metal art and how each one was hung.
Step 1: Fig.1 above shows 50 lbs. conventional picture hooks placed on the left side. Nothing fancy here the metal art is green and so is the hook. Once up and hook just disappear.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the hook is now placed on the right side. None of these hooks are in any studs. The finishing nail is large enough and placed at an angle to give the support this piece of art needs against the wall.
|Fig.2 Right hook|
|Fig.3 The Artwork|
|Fig.4 - 50# hook with Phillip screw|
|Fig.5 Saw tooth hanger|
|Fig.6 Finished work|
|Fig.7 Mirror hook right side|
|Fig.8 Mirror hooks left side|
|Fig.9 Mirror Finished|
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