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  • 5 Art Hanging Systems That Makes Any Home Stunning

    How often do you think about what really completes a living room or office? Some would assume it's the big details like a couch or desk, but here's the truth- it's the small ones that truly count. We have the perfect art hanging systems to complete those "little details" that really matter in a home, office, or museum.

    1) Ball End Aluminum Rod

    The Ball End Aluminum Rod is the most common and applauded hanging system by both personal and professional users. The sleek and elegant rod gently allows the art piece to parallel inches from the wall securely. Systematic Art carries several colors and lengths in this iconic hanging system

    2) Ball End Cable Rod

    Similar to the Ball End Aluminum Rod, the Cable Rod version of this is an updated version that accommodates the needs of home shoppers. Traditionally, museums and commercial use of these Ball End Rods are made of aluminum to hold very heavy installations. The Ball End Cable Rod is made as an even sleeker design for home users that don't need such strong art hanging systems for less heavy art.

    3) Slim Line Picture Rail

    If you're looking for a solution to discreetly hang your pictures at home or in office, look no further. The Slim Line Picture Rail is based on a sleek rail design that is not only inconspicuous but also very simple to install. The Slim Line Picture Rail comes with 8 pre-drilled holes, giving you no reason to wait to display your beautiful art.

    4) Anti Theft Picture Hook

    Art often holds value for us, whether monetary or personal, sometimes extra security for displaying the art is better to have than not. These picture hooks are the perfect way to ensure your art can safely hang in your home without potentially losing it through a robbery.

    5) Crane Picture Hook

    For art that may have a cable along the backside, consider getting a Crane Picture Hook. This hook is discreet, but also secure due to the screw on the hook that tightens on the cable.

    The best part about all of these art hanging systems is that they are all incredibly affordable. Be sure to check them out at! Feel free to also contact us.

  • Sign and Banner Supports and Making a Business Visible

    Some businesses won't use banners and signs as often anymore, because they might think that they aren't necessary in a world where people have GPS devices. They might assume that people will already be able to locate the business building easily enough, and a banner or sign would just be superfluous.

    It should be noted that when people completely rely on their GPS devices for navigating, they often make mistakes. GPS devices can make minor errors, but those errors can still mean the difference between someone reaching the destination and someone getting lost. People still have to rely on the visual cues around them in order to find the locations that they want, and signs and banners can make that much more effective. When those signs and banners have the right supports, businesses won't have to worry as much about potential customers getting lost. 

    Signs and banners are often used for the sake of marketing as well, and plenty of businesses are focusing on online marketing these days. They might think that this means that they don't need to worry about other forms of marketing.

    However, many of the older approaches to marketing can still work very well, and business owners should not just limit themselves to making customers online more aware of them. Plenty of people will still be walking past the business's location in the physical world on a daily basis, and signs and banners can attract the attention of these individuals.

    These people are already outside and they are already in front of a given business. If businesses make the location inviting enough and they use the right signs and banners, they can often make these potential customers intrigued enough to become true customers, and even loyal customers. The right sign and banner supports will only help them achieve that goal. 

    Contact us for a clearer picture of these products. 

  • How to Hang Your Art Without Damaging Your Walls

    When it comes to saving money, renting an apartment can be extremely helpful to cut costs. But, depending on the situation, it can also restrict from decorating the way you want. That said, renting doesn't have to mean that you can't decorate your walls how you like. The following items should give you some excellent ideas on what you can use to hang things on your walls. These options should help you decorate more easily without having to worry about leaving massive gaping holes in your walls and get charged massive fees for damage to the apartment.

    3M Hooks

    These hooks are sold by a variety of different companies, including 3M. They have an adhesive tape on their back that can be used to stick them to the wall which also allows them to be easily removed from wherever they are placed without risk of damage to the walls. These hooks are typically designed to at least a couple of pounds.

    Some versions of these hooks are specially designed to hold art or photographs, but the standard hooks are also able to hold art that is on canvases.


    This is not necessarily the best or the most viable method to display art on your walls, but it can work. If you aren't interested in an especially fancy display then tape may be your best bet since it is cheap and works without any need for fancy installation practices. Tape can be an especially helpful means of displaying art if you plan to display a lot of it since tape is very inexpensive, unlike hooks or velcro which can be somewhat pricey depending on how many you need.


    Velcro is an excellent solution for hanging artwork when you expect to have to put up and take down your art for all the time. If you decide to go for this method, be sure and choose the kind with the strongest adhesive backing you can possibly find and follow the installation directions to the letter in order to prevent your art from falling off while hanging on the wall.


    If you want to get a better idea of what you can use to hang artwork in your apartment, contact us today.

  • Make Dimensions Part of Your Art Display with a Tension Rod System

    Gallery and museum artwork is traditionally displayed too different ways. They are hung up against the wall or sat on a platform without any wall or ceiling support. Almost all alternatives are a play on these two common setups. A lot of modifications are designed to protect the walls, the artwork, or even the people around the gallery displays. But those same tools can become art themselves. Add dimensionality to your gallery displays with a tension rod system.

    How do tension rod systems work?

    At its most traditional and basic, artwork is usually hung from one or two fixed points near the top of the piece of art. The bottom of the artwork or the frame rests against the wall or support barrier. This makes the artwork hang flat, or nearly flat, and fixed from the top.

    But tension rods support the artwork from the top and the bottom. Cables run vertically from the ceiling to floor with enough tension to pull the cables taut. Then a horizontal bar or hooks secure the artwork in place. This system is often used for very lightweight art or art that needs to be fixed in place on all sides. They also mean that artwork can be displayed without a support wall directly behind it.

    How can you make displays pop with a tension rod system?

    If you want to make the display style part of the display, then a tension rod system gives you plenty of options without taking away from the artwork. You can:

    • Hang displays in the middle of an open space for dramatic emphasis.
    • Create perfectly aligned vertical or horizontal columns.
    • Tilt the tension cables for a receding or protruding effect so people can walk up to or under the artwork. Different angles can help tell a story or make the gallery walk space more dynamic.

    For tension rod systems and backup hardware, go to Systematic Art here.

  • How to Save Your Gallery Walls and Your Deposit

    Gallery walls can take a beating, even if everyone is told to keep their hands to themselves. Everything from high traffic crowds to bulky art displays can start to break down the drywall. If you are using a rented space, make sure you get the deposit back and keep your reputation as a tenant in good condition. Here's how to protect the space.

    Use center displays for three dimensional or pointy artwork. 

    Some artwork isn't designed to be displayed against a wall. These are great opportunities to have central displays that visitors can walk around. Not only does that allow every side of the art to be shown and enjoyed, it keeps the sharp sides away from the walls. Limiting contact is best for both the piece and the wall, so make sure you always have a backup inventory of ropes, adjustable lighting, and raised platforms.

    Use a hanging rod system to control the display's weight.

    Some artwork is heavy even when it's two dimensions. Frames, layers of paint, and even metal canvases have a lot of mass, and the pressure they put on hanging hardware isn't always evenly distributed. Instead of trying to use embedded hooks to center and straighten the artwork, a hanging rod system supports the weight and uses a bar along the ceiling's edge for structural integrity. 

    There are several benefits of minimizing points of contact with the walls. You don't have to worry about finding the studs or inbuilt structural supports hidden in the walls. You also don't have to worry about clipping a pipe or wire if you're nailing something into the wall. Hanging rods can even support the piece of art from more than two points so you can support it off the wall entirely for a dramatic shadowed effect.

    Go to Systematic Art for the hardware and support equipment to keep the art safe and get your deposit back.

  • 3 Ways to Use an Invisible Grid for Your Photo Displays

    Creating artistic photo displays on your living or bedroom wall is one of the best ways to fill the blank space of an empty wall. But everything from the number of photos you have, the range of sizes, and even the color content in the photos have a part to play in your final design. Here's how a hanging photo display system can help:

    1. Always have the right space and margins.

    The most arduous part of creating a photo display is getting the margins just right. A slightly wrong angle or a frame a centimeter too wide can start to consume a whole wall until you notice only the flaw. So back the display with an adjustable grid system. It acts like a matrix that holds photos perfectly in place even as you make last-minute adjustments. It can form the base for asymmetrical displays, photos with different dimensions, and more. The grid helps ensure the space between frames is consistent.

    2. You can make changes more often.

    Photo displays are relatively permanent fixtures when you use traditional nails or sticky tabs. But if you're collecting new photographs all the time or you want to create seasonal displays that accent different colors, the time cost of repairing the wall and measuring out a new display can be too high. But an adjustable display system only needs to be installed once. Then you can replace the photos without having to use any tools, even a measuring tape.

    3. The wall stays protected.

    Using nails, tabs, and hooks isn't just time-consuming. It can leave holes or residue on your walls. But if you install a frame system as a semi-permanent fixture, your photos can be hung, adjusted, and replaced without making any new holes.

    Photo displays should be fun, not extra work. Go to Systematic Art to get the hardware you need.

  • Using Hardware for Signs and Banners

    Many people are aware of the value of banners and signs. When people are advertising an event that will take place elsewhere in a building, setting up a banner or sign is one of the best ways of helping people even locate the event.

    It's also just useful to have a relevant banner or sign close to the entrance of a building when an important event is taking place in that same building. Banners and signs like these will help to make the occasion seem that much more noteworthy.

    Obviously, these sorts of banners and signs are also useful on a purely practical level. People might think that they're in the wrong building if they don't see them. The banners and signs can help them find the right room. People who attend a lot of official events are used to seeing signs like this in a wide range of different locations. It's important for events planners to help people in this situation. Recognizable banners and signs will be tremendously helpful. 

    However, when some events planners try to set up the appropriate banners and signs, they might actually have a difficult time getting them to look a certain way. They might wonder why other banners and signs look so appropriate and official. They might just need the right hardware for signs and banners.

    The best hardware for banners and signs will also make a sign that is advertising an event look more appropriate. People who are trying to make sure that they haven't made a mistake regarding the location of the event won't be confused when they see a sign that has clearly been presented using the right hardware. These sorts of banners and signs will also help events planners make the right impression right away.

    Contact us in order to get a response to any inquiry. 

  • Why Should You Invest in a Quality Hanging System

    A nice picture or piece of art can be a great addition to any home, office, or other property. When you are looking to invest in a nice piece of art, making sure that it is properly displayed and hung is very important. To ensure that your art it displayed as nicely as possible and is securely fastened, using the products designed to help hang a picture would be very advantageous. Using specialized hanging systems can provide you with many different benefits.


    Convenient Hanging Options

    When you are looking to purchase a new piece of art, the way that you will want it to be hung can vary significantly based on the type of art and room where you want it located. Fortunately, there are great hanging options that can help you to safely hang your picture in any environment. These can include quality wall-mounted cases and hanging kits, rail hanging systems, and even track and rod systems.


    Ease of Installation

    Another advantage of using art-designed hanging systems is that they are very easy to install. Many of the hanging systems can be quickly installed in a manner of minutes. This can make it very easy for any art lover to get their beloved piece on their wall quickly without using more challenging hanging systems.



    Most importantly, the hanging systems are very reliable. Once you have the hanging system properly installed, you can continue to be assured that it will be able to support the weight and design of the pictures. This can help to prevent a picture from falling off of the wall, which can be a big safety hazard and also cause priceless damage to the art.


    If you are looking to display a new piece of art in your home, you should contact us to learn more about the hanging and display products that we can provide to you.

  • Adjustable Art Systems and the Right Presentation

    Many artists will be very interested in how their work is displayed. While artists will have a lot of reasons for feeling this way, it's partly due to the fact that they're aware that the appearance of a piece can change slightly based on how it is presented.

    Artists usually have an idea of how they want their art to be shown. Gallery owners and curators can sometimes be in complete control over the presentation of art, but they will usually still want control over the lighting conditions involved. 

    People know that artists need to have good lighting when they're actually putting a painting together or taking a photograph. However, finished paintings and photographs will sometimes look a little different when they're presented in a certain way and with a particular set of lighting conditions.

    It's true that different lighting conditions will usually only change the look of finished art pieces in a subtle way. However, these small factors really can still make a difference. Many people still want to see classic paintings in person despite living in an age where it's possible to see them all online.

    They know that the photographs of the paintings that they're seeing on their computer screens are not perfectly accurate representations of what those paintings actually look like in person. Many people are willing to travel in order to see those paintings in a museum or gallery, knowing that those paintings will feel and look different in that context. It's clear that the presentation of a painting or other work of art can strongly alter its appearance, which is one of the reasons why adjustable art systems are so important. 

    When galleries, museums, and other spaces use adjustable art systems, it should be that much easier to create the ideal lighting conditions for presenting a particular work of art or collection. Systematic Art may be able to help. 

    Contact us in order to get any questions answered. 

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