Installation

Made with prongs vs. made flat

๐Ÿ’›What are prongs?
Prongs are extra pieces of wire, bent at 90ยฐ at the beginning and end of each piece of wire art.

๐Ÿ’›How do I install my wire art when it is made with prongs?
Installation instructions are provided with every order. You will need either a 2mm or 3mm drill bit, depending on the size of the wire used to make your art (donโ€™t worry, Iโ€™ll let you know which ๐Ÿ˜˜). You drill the size of hole you require into the wall and then push the prongs (carefully) into the holes.

Pros of prongs
โœ…It makes the art look like its floating.
โœ…Easier than you think to install!
โœ…There are no hooks or nails visible
โœ…You can install your art outside, into a brick wall

Cons of prongs;
โŒ more permanent
โŒ you need a drill


๐Ÿ’› How do I install my wire art when it is made flat?
You can put nails into the wall, which the art can balance on. You can use clear command hooks, which I love (they are shown in the pictures above). You are also able to balance the art onto a shelf to make the perfect shelfie ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป

Pros of art made flat
โœ… Very easy to install
โœ… Very versatile; you can move your art around.
โœ… Ideal for seasonal decorations (like my Christmas ones!)

Cons of art made flat;
โŒCan see the hooks or nails, though it is not obvious.
โŒArt can only be installed indoors.