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If the print is so tall that you only have minimal wall space exposed between it and the table, try leaning the print on the table top.

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I think it might look better there instead of on top of the hall table.(only because it`s the same width as the print) Just make sure that the print is centered on the light fixture and table. This leaves room on either side of the print for candle sconces or future prints.
Just a thought

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why not try the print on the wall near the dining table? The size of the print seems like it might be better featured there. I understand the nightmare of plaster walls.

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your post with the wall length...great idea to send it. I drew up an elevation with all your measures and now I see it....I think that the print might be too big for the table and wall size??? Because the print is so much bigger than the table it makes the table look even smaller than it really is...I feel badly telling you this but I think your eye is telling you something is wrong but can`t identify it???? Try two med sized prints side by side. Don`t take me wrongly though, I still think it would work with what I mentioned before but I think it would look work better with the two prints. maybe 20"x20"???

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the underside of the frame at about 10" off the top of your table top. I think it`s a tricky one maybe because the print and the table are the same width? It might help to visually widen the vignette if you add a large planter or even a side chair to one side of the table? Hope this helps???

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The middle of the print should be at eye level 5`-0" above the floor but depending on the ceiling height and the size of the print it might vary. What is your ceiling height and the height of the print and height of the table. If I know these I can give you an accurate hanging height.

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