The rules for hanging just about anything
Rule #2: The center of any arrangement should be 60 inches off the ground.

If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our 95-year-old grandma, it’s that, in life, there’s always a right way to do something. (And, conversely, there is also a very, very wrong way. She's looking at you, Cousin Felix.)

Case in point: hanging things around the house. From art to towel racks to chandeliers, we firmly believe that installation at the correct height makes all the difference when creating scale and balance in a room.

Check out our cheat sheet to see the rules. You can still choose to break them--you'll just have Grammy to contend with.

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