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  1. So glad I found you on Pinterest. This is a wonderful guide, the best I. have ever seen. Keep up the good work!

  2. Marianne Pickett says:

    excellent advice, thank you

  3. Connie Cole says:

    Instructions are clear and make sense to me. I want to read about area rug placement next. Thanks for sharing

  4. Hi Kate,
    I love your post . Each one is very informative.
    where can I find the printable for hanging artwork? I tried finding the library, but no luck.
    Thanks for your excellent work.

    1. Thanks so much Diana! If you scroll ALL the way to the bottom of any page on the site, there’s a footer menu and the far left hand category is the “subscriber only library”. Since you’re a subscriber, you have the password at the bottom of every email you get from me, but if you can’t find it let me know and I’ll email it to you!😃

  5. Great tips. Are you going to haven this year? I would love to spend some time with you.

    1. Thanks Renae! I’m not planning on going to Haven this year, but I did sign up for the Achieve conference in Waco which is close to me. Are you going to it? You’ll have to fill me in on what I miss at Haven.

  6. OK, here’s a question. We have wainscotting in our dining room and I just bought a new artwork piece for one of the walls. How do you measure for artwork above wainscotting? I just hung it where I thought it looked good.

    1. If you think it looks good you probably picked the best placement! Where to hang pieces in a room with wainscoting can depend on the room, the height of the wainscoting, and the size of the art. Personally I notice I usually like it hung on the wainscoting more if it is anchored above a piece of furniture, but otherwise I usually see pieces that fit above or even sit on the rail.