Definitely use a level for this because even if you think you have it on straight it’s probably slightly off.
Next we needed to determine the exact area the photo wall was going to encompass. I had the bf sit on the couch so I could see how low the second row of frames could come to the couch without hitting his head. He’s 6’3 so I wanted to avoid any frame to head contact.
After we determined the height of the space we were able to mark the center where the Rhino silk screen would be. From there we decided on the spacing between the frames, as well as the spacing between rows.
We marked all of this in pencil on the craft paper which you can faintly see below. Finally, we put in the nails and started hanging the pictures.
And here’s the finished product…
P.S Thank you SO much for all your sweet comments on the lucite coffee table, I’m glad you agree it was money well spent!