- The resource for Art & Picture Hanging Display

  1. Acrylic Pocket Display

    Acrylic Pocket Display
    The Pocket Display System is endlessly versatile and is ideal for displaying a series of themed items. You can deploy standoffs or art tracks to suspend the acrylic pocket displays. Then, transform your wall into an engaging visual display.
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  2. Contempo System

    Contempo System
    The Contempo® System is our most versatile wall hanging solution, with a specially designed wall track that can adapt to curved walls and straight walls equally well. Unlike other art display systems hardware, the sleek standoff mounted Contempo Track and thin design can overcome the challenges of hanging objects on “difficult” curved walls such as concave, convex and serpentine surfaces
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  3. Click Rail System

    Click Rail System
    Click Rail System is our most discreet hanging rail system. Ideal for highly designed spaces, small businesses and residential use. What makes it so unobtrusive is the unique design of the track, which can be mounted behind finish carpentry, moldings, trim, or even within a soffit so the track becomes completely hidden among interior architectural details.
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  4. Classic Gallery System

    Classic Gallery System
    Classic Gallery System evolves with your needs and lifestyle, it is the most rugged and heavy-duty of all gallery systems. Because this system is based on rods, it is ideal where strength, anti-theft and extreme convenience are the driving influence. A selection of rods in several lengths and multiple colors helps you adapt the Classic Gallery System to standard or high ceilings and to match or compliment most any décor.
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  5. How To Hang Art on a Stone or Brick Fireplace

    How To Hang Art on a Stone or Brick Fireplace
    Recently we had a homeowner inquire with us as to how to hang an art display on a stone fireplace. This person has a beautiful stone fireplace in his home that he didn't want to mar by putting holes into either the stone or the grout work. We love it when these questions are brought to our attention so we can share our solutions.
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  6. Website Launch

    Website Launch
    AS Hanging Display Systems is proud to reveal its new web site at In the history of the company this is the third major overhaul and our most aggressive one to date. It is based on a completely new platform and sets the company up for category leadership on the web, well into the next decade. Of course there are many technical advances under the hood, but unless you are a web developer these might sound like so much gibberish. So lets instead investigate the face of the site and how navigation has been transformed.
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  7. Strongest Hooks for Your Heavy Wall Hangings

    Strongest Hooks for Your Heavy Wall Hangings
    When you have heavy objects to hang, be it large paintings, framed mirrors, or large wall objects, your hooks have a heavy load to carry. The correct hook to support an item you wish to display may be determined by the type of object, as well as its weight. AS Hanging Display Systems offers several hooks capable of providing the needed support. Note, while we refer to these as hooks, some refer to such hardware fittings as wall hangers, while others refer to them as grippers. Let's review our strongest hook(s) compatible with cables and again with rod hooks.
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  8. How To Manage Face Forward in Framed Art, Rod Based

    How To Manage Face Forward in Framed Art, Rod Based
    Frames are traditionally prepared with a hang wire on the rear. It is typically mounted to the side rails of frames about 1/3 down from the top of the frame. Also, this wire is traditionally longer than it need be. There is slack in it by some inconsistent amount. When hung from a hanging system cable, or rod, this standard frame preparation will frequently cause the top of the frame to hang away from the wall, what we call face forward.
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  9. How To Hang Unframed Art

    How To Hang Unframed Art
    In our series, "How to Optimize Hanging Systems", we've discussed topics including how to hang framed art, managing face forward of frames, when to use two cables for picture frame stabilization, tips for how to prevent art frames from a teeter-totter effect, and eliminating the dizzying visual distraction of unbalanced picture frame tilting.
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  10. How To Fix (Straighten) Frame Tilt

    How To Fix (Straighten) Frame Tilt
    Have you ever tried to hang a framed piece of art or lovely photo and, while the piece itself is wall-worthy, its presentation is less than appealing? It tilts or leans on the wall. Right or left, it doesn't matter. It distracts from the visual.
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  11. How To Eliminate Picture Frame Teeter Totter

    How To Eliminate Picture Frame Teeter Totter
    Hanging a single piece of framed art is typically straightforward. While there can be certain aspects to consider when hanging solo pieces, as we've mentioned in our first post of this series, the tactical aspects usually arise when attempting to hang multiple pieces in a vertical format on a single cable or rod. One of these is the Teeter-Totter Effect.
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