A wonderful collage or gallery wall, designed and hung by Jesse in January 2020 for a client in Buckhurst Hill, Essex/North East London.
A collage of frames arranged and hung above stairs in Oxfordshire.
We transformed this Brighton hallway into a circus house of mirrors only much classier.
Triptychs like this one work well when the gap between the frames is close, allowing for a seamless continuation of image.
Collage style hang I put together in a basement flat in Brighton. These are my favourite things to arrange. Pulling together disparate frames and artworks into a cohesive whole.
Damien Hirst pill prints hung with clinical precision in Hove.
Large 1.5x2m canvas hung above a chest of drawers in a living room in Brighton. Framed by the butterflies and glassware.
For this minimalist hang in Pimlico we arranged the composition along the centre line, using the end portraits to create a diagonal mirroring effect.
A day well spent solving picture puzzles for Built By Buffalo, Brighton. This collage of team photos and favourite vinyls is for their new bar and social space. An awesome bunch to work with and they do a great coffee!
A trio of vintage posters in Windsor.
A salon style hang I arranged and installed for Leon in Brighton.
We installed these Bowie prints from Art Republic in a bedroom in Brighton. We wish we could claim that for photogenic reasons we added the Bedside beers, but we can’t.
This painting light despite its size (6x5ft) required expert twister skills to manoeuvre through the narrow stairwells of this home in Richmond.
A sepia collage wall running up the staircase in a home in Richmond.
A trio of portraits communicating through the eras, brought together on a wall in Kemp Town.
A peaceful arrangement hung above a cot in Wandsworth. Quentin Blake illustration may induce Chocolate Factory dreams.
These clients in Brighton understand that bathrooms definitely don’t have to be boring.
The client had made the wall of photos themselves over many years and it was all a bit wonky. They repainted the wall and asked us to rearrange the photos with the same cascade from right to left but without the wonk! So we did. Boom!
Paper ballgown by artist Peter Clark, who uses found paper to create his collages, shading with density of print, and creating movement with lines from old maps and manuscripts. Hung in Hove.
This effect works best when using frames of noticeably different sizes. Arranging along the horizontal central line brings a neat element to offset the mismatching. This was for a home in Lewisham.
A picture wall of twenty Andy Warhol prints, hung in a grid in Hove.
Oil paintings by artist Kevin Hendley. ‘The Meaning of Light’, above and ‘Little Peep’, below. Installed in a basement room in Brighton.
Dramatic work deserve a dramatic display. A staircase arrangement for costume designer Gabrielle, A collection of sketches from contemporary and older productions.
Arranging frames to house past and future memories for a family home in Sevenoaks, Kent.
A pair of bright abstract canvases hung above a sofa in a living room.
All the national parks the client has taken her daughter to visit. We hung these trip souvenirs high so as to be best viewed from the landing, and also safely out of children’s reach. Sloane Square, London.
Pictures hung near a sound system so you can look at the legends whilst listening to their albums.
A large group of 39 family photos hung in a rectangle in a home in Stamford Bridge. This took some maths skills, time and caffeine to achieve!
In keeping with that browsing through records, wandering through music vibe, we allowed the artwork to meander off the shelves and onto the walls of Bella Union Vinyl Shop.
Patrick admiring Grayson Perry’s Map of Days, which we hung in the master bedroom of a home in Brighton.
Recently arranged wall of Julian Opie and Michael Craig-Martin for a client in Haywards Heath. Always a pleasure to handle and arrange such well crafted artwork.
12 Women in Academia, a photographic exhibition installed in Sussex University library.
Large Modern horizontal pane mirror with nifty built-in shelf, hung in Wimbledon.
Airplane triptych taking off from the landing in Islip.
Large Baroque, wood-carved mirror, hung on a chimney breast in Surrey.
Guitars stacked below, The Beatles hanging above. We installed these silver framed prints in a grid formation.
A minimal and asymmetric gallery wall. Arranged to harmonise with the cool tones and elongated shapes of the living space.
A Gallery wall of eight pictures, hung in a living room in Hampshire.
A Neo-Classic gold gilt pane mirror hung in Hampshire.
Collage of pictures hung for Martyn in Seven Dials, Brighton
Vibrant neon canvas painting hung portrait, on a chimney breast in a living room in Haywards Heath.
Two metre high grid of illustrations hung over stairs near Calne, Wiltshire.
A music themed hang for a music loving home in Horsham.
Feast your eyes on this! An Asymmetric, collage style hang worked best to show off Artist Kate Jenkins’s crocheted food. Framed in deep box frames.
In Hasting’s Old Town we hung this large 5x4ft early 19th century oil painting. Hand crafted wooden frame, also from the same period.
Interlaced antlers cast fantastic shadows. Installed as the entrance piece to a farmhouse in Gloucestershire.
30kg metal framed mirror hung on a hollow wall in East London. Good challenge for sure!
A picture wall of archival photos of Cape Town. A two metres high arrangement hung in a stairwell in Hampstead, London.
Antique wood carved panels hung above a stairwell in a home in Kemp Town. Perfectly positioned to be viewed both indoors, from the staircase, and outdoors from the roof terrace through the window.
Lion and Eagle Acrylic paintings hung in purpose built alcove, with two male nude prints for company. A living room in Kemp Town, Brighton
Twelve Women in Academia – a series of photographs printed on aluminium, by artist Miss Aniela. Twelve female academics depicted in the 17th century sober, still life manner, each holding an object significant to them. Installed at The University of Sussex and exhibited in the library on campus in Falmer
Ash purchased this very large Dave White artwork from Art Republic in Brighton, that I hung on the chimney breast in his living room.
four pictures hung in high-ceilinged dining area in Kemp Town, Brighton
Ornate gold gilt rectangular pane mirror hung in a living room above a fireplace in Haywards Heath.
Large antique gold gilt mirror, hung in an alcove in Hertfordshire.
A collage or picture wall that I arranged and installed running up these stairs in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Damien Hirst hung in a foyer of a house in Hove.
We hung this beautiful Tibetan door at the end of a hallway in Blackheath, London.
The Smiths band posters hung in a stairwell in Burgess Hill.
Winged bugs locked in flight. Displayed in deep box frames, and hung in a guest room. The use of creepy crawlies is a well-known way of deterring guests of the more squeamish nature.
A dining space in Kemp Town, with very high ceilings.
After trying out layouts and much discussion with the clients, we decided this was the best room to display the monochrome cathedral prints.
The idea being to match the architecture of the space to the architecture depicted.
Timber framed picture, painted by artist Gordon Cheung and hung near Haywards Heath.
Arranging the space around a TV. A large graphic print, similar in size and colour, serves to balance the black rectangle. Two petite portraits peep over, providing some relief from the dominant shapes.
Mirror and picture wall for a home in Saltdean, East Sussex.
A Box framed bright skull collage. Installed in an asymmetrical living room. Fitting well on the narrow wall between window and door.
No marks. A panoramic seascape suspended with transparent chords off a picture rail. Hung it more horizontal than the horizon itself.
Timber framed picture hung in the stairwell landing of a home in Burgess Hill.
Four pink Marilyn Monroes hang in an alcove.
A gallery style hang with a twist. Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
Square plane gilt mirror hung above a fireplace in a living room in Oxshott.
Two square abstract paintings on aluminium panels, hung in an entrance hallway in Kemp Town, Brighton
‘Hang ‘em up!’ Large monochrome prints in a living room in Eastbourne.
A large round mirror hung in a living room above a sofa in Seaford.
Here is Scott hanging a picture wall of school photos in a stairwell.
A minimal picture sits well amongst the furniture of the room in Uckfield.
Octagonal large mirror hung above chest of drawers in a home in Lewes.
Arranging the pictures to define the separate spaces within this open-planned home in Oxshott.
Pictures hung close together, in small groupings, creating spots of aesthetic attraction. A way of drawing the eye through the vast opened planned living space in Oxshott.
As demonstrated by Emily, our Human Scale Indicator – this is one big picture! And heavy too. Fixing it to a curved wall added a challenge but one that was very satisfying one to solve. Virginia Water, Windsor.
Guinness for picture hanging! A grid of vintage Guinness advertisements hung on a wall in Hampshire.
A gallery install of male nudes, hung above a desk in Horsham. In-built spotlighting means business.
Two similarly sized square pictures, helps the space divided by the doorway flow, creating a more united living space in Horsham.
A collage of over 50 framed photographs in a hallway in Putney
Hanging the school photos in super straight lines down the upstairs hallway
Here’s me installing work by Annabelle Nicoll in the office of Ice Futures London. Find her calm inducing landscapes for sale at Lumitrix
An Antique mirror hung above a fireplace in Brighton.
Large pictures command the space in a living room in Hove.
Fostering an appreciation of art. A picture wall hung in a kid’s room in Hove.
A marine themed jigsaw style picture wall for a home in Lewes.
Showtime! Upcycled Hollywood style illuminated mirror hung in a living room in Brighton.
We also hang bikes! Picture arrangement incorporating bicycle installed in a bedroom in Lewes.
Giving the fireplace the David Lynch makeover – Kemptown, East Brighton.
Bold block colours brighten up the banisters. Hung above stairs in a terraced house in Hackney, East London.
Family photos hung in an Eastbourne living room, above the sofa.
A gallery install for Kate Jenkins’ exhibition in Brighton.
Eight Japanese flower pictures hung in a grid formation.
Keeping the hallway ship shape. A commerative rowing oar hung in a loft conversion near Grayshott, Hampshire.
Some of the pictures we hung in the stairwell of Abbey Hotel in Bath.
As an alternative to the collage wall. We arranged these photographs in groupings for a family in Richmond.
An ornate gilt framed mirror hung above a chimney breast in South Kensington
Floating shelves installed in a care home showroom designed by Park Grove Interiors.
This spacious white wall is the ideal home for these large abstract paintings in Horsham.
Hunting lodge feel in a Hampshire hallway.
Beautiful monochrome photographs of the client’s own horses hung above a bench in the hallway in Faversham.
Two large mirrors, one 1.5x2m, the other smaller installed in a home in Tunbridge Wells.
More Monroes! These particular ones are hung in a foyer in Brighton.
Large 1.5x2m photographic print hung by a blue pool table in Brighton.
Black framed artwork hung in the upstairs corridor of a home in Horsham.
Bed rest, floating shelves and mirror installed in a care home showroom in Surrey.
A minimal arrangement for the upstairs landing. Interior design by Terri from One in the House, Brighton.
Arranging paintings in a living room for a couple in Leatherhead, Surrey.
We used the scaffolding tower to install these large square prints high above a staircase in Dunmow.
Pictures for playrooms. Sloane Square, London.
One of many picture walls that we hung on a big job in Bath where we arranged and installed the artwork for two hotels.
Gallery-style arrangement of pictures, in the entrance of a home in Oxshott.
A collage wall of black and white photographs running above a staircase in a London home.
We hung this poem by Phillip Larkin next to the bed, as a perfect light bedtime read.
Small artworks installed above a large hearth in a country cottage in Faversham.
An ancestral portrait and Victorian prints hung in a skylit basement drawing room in Chelsea, London.
Cool little collage we did for a lovely theatre producing couple in Hackney.
Hanging Dippy the Dinosaur in Dulwich! Appropriately alliterative.
‘Our Man in Orange’ by Kevin Hendley.
We split this collage in three so it would not be too overwhelming when viewed in the narrow hallway of this home in Hampstead, London.
Working around the angles of an awkward space in a small utility room in Hampstead, London.
Penguins above air conditioning.
For this arrangement in Bromley, Kent, the client had a clear vision of what they wanted, the outer edges to match up into a square. Thanks to maths and ladders we made it happen!
A grouping of three pictures hung in a kid’s room in Pimlico, London.
An asymmetric arrangement for a study room in Sidcup.
Large USA flag hung in a home in Richmond.
Hollywood Royalty hanging out in Sloane square.
We installed this large but very delicate ceramic piece in the bar space of an open kitchen in Putney.
We had a great time working with the wonderful Beth, a Brighton based make up artist, who is day by day building her home into an even kitsch-er pastel coloured wonderland.
We found the perfect wall space for these brazen artworks in a teenage bedroom in Brighton.
16 poster cascading collage in Wimbledon, running from landing to front door. Sorry the phone camera can’t handle mood lighting.
When installing this large abstract painting in the converted basement, we kept in mind the lighting, using the ceiling lights to spot light the painting.
An asymmetric hang, creating a diagonal slant over the lamp. Working with the furniture in the room. Tuffnel Park, London
Rectangular framed fish hung in wood panelled alcoves in Surrey.
Introducing Agatha and Cornelius! I can’t remember who is who, but these are the names our clients in Arundel affectionately call their charcoal drawings by artist Will Taylor. Yes charcoal, not photo! On second thoughts Agatha must be the sheep, that’s a very Agatha side-glance.
Our client in Ladbroke Grove asked us to redo this mirror so it would lean on the mantlepiece and be securely fixed to the wall. A job the builders claimed unfixable.
Pictures installed along with various other items in a care home showroom in Surrey. Interior design by Grove Interiors.
Hanging large Mila Kunis posters on a slanted ceiling in the Gemfields headquarters in Mayfair is no easy feat, but we like a challenge.
Before we hung the pictures it was just a man cave in Surrey. Now it is the ultimate man cave in Surrey!
We arranged quite possibly the neatest row of pictures for our client in Woodingdean.
Heavy 1.4m x 1.4m Heal’s mirror we installed above a fireplace in Camden.
Hanging above stairs is no problem. Here’s a vibrant painting we hung in Bellericay, Essex.
We had the good luck to be invited inside the Ahm House to hang this wonderful painting by Stella Kapezanou.
The Ahm House, an incredible feat of modernist architecture was created through architect Jørn Utzon collaborating with structural engineer Povl Ahm – both of Sydney Opera House fame!
We arranged our Saltdean based client’s eclectic mix of album artwork and film posters in a winding path linking themes and colours around the room.
A grid of ten victorian watercolour illustrations hung for a lovely couple who’d recently moved to Lamberhurst, Tunbridge Wells.
Grids and rows suit these graphic based artworks. Saltdean, Sussex.
Antlers, dogs and portraits, always a winning combination. This stairwell design was for a family home in Little Coxwell, Faringdon, Oxfordshire.
Four cat illustrations in an attic in Cobham, Surrey.
A collage wall along this small staircase would feel too overwhelming so we arranged these prints in neat duos. Enfield, London.
A statement wall of gold framed oil paintings hung in a living room in Little Coxwell, Faringdon, Oxfordshire.
Working with awkward spaces, and angular ceilings is always a fun challenge. This arrangement was for a study area in Little Coxwell, Oxfordshire
Built By Buffalo’s revered office oil painting overseeing the workforce in Brighton.
Now here’s a work space with good vibes. Remember to celebrate always (especially when working!), Brighton.
Decorating the home for a music and art lover in Bethnal Green, London.
For this arrangement in Wandsworth the objects on the mantlepiece are drawn into the composition working together to create a harmonise aesthetic experience.
A 4×6 grid fitting snug into the wood panelling in this home in Brixton. A satisfying challenge to complete!
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