Looking for a new way to display your art? Old-school picture-rail moldings might just be the answer—after all, what’s old is new again! Typically found in vintage homes with plaster walls, picture rails are thin pieces of molding usually located a foot or two from the ceiling. Although they’re often mistaken for decorative details, they possess a very practical use: Picture rails were originally designed to let you hang art without putting holes in your wall.

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photos by Eric Masters

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