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Hang Large Pieces High For Impact

Soaring ceilings allow for unexpected display.

Not all art has to be hung at eye level, as proven by Bonnie Brooks's home. The ceilings in the Hudson's Bay vice president's living room are 21' high, and the windows stretch up to the second floor, so there is more than enough room for the drama of Miao Xiachun's landscape work that spans the sofa.

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