The artwork you choose to display is one of the most uniquely personal aspects of your home. Unfortunately, many people miss out on the opportunity to showcase their artwork by falling prey to a few common picture hanging mistakes. Undoubtedly, one of the most common mistakes in hanging artwork is hanging your pieces too high. Pictures you have to strain to see or those that appear to be randomly floating in the middle nowhere detract from the overall look and feel of your space. Ideally, artwork should be hung at eye level, where it is easiest to enjoy. Of course, that is different for each person, but the average human eye level is 57 inches.
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This article describes the types of punishment sentences imposed on convicts at London's central criminal court from the late 17th century to the early 20th century, as detailed in the Proceedings. Judges could choose from a wide range of punishment sentences in this period, though their options were often limited by choices made at an earlier stage in the judicial process. Felonies defined by common law were originally punishable by hanging. Increasingly from the middle of the eighteenth century, statute law curtailed the use of the death penalty.
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Hanging curtains with thumbtacks often evokes visions of college dorms and first apartments. Despite this, you can hang your curtains with thumbtacks without making your home look undone. By carefully measuring the window, using flat-head thumb tacks and creating pleats in the curtain, you can make your windows look nearly as well-dressed as you would with rods that are more expensive. Measure the width of your window, and measure from the spot where you want the bottom of your curtains to hit up the length of the curtain.