Difficult Walls, Part 3: Protecting Specialty Finishes


If you’ve been following our series, Difficult Walls, welcome back to the third, and final, entry, “Difficult Walls, Part 3: Protecting Specialty Finishes”, of this three-part series. Here, we are focusing on walls with an out-of-the-ordinary finish, i.e. expensive wood paneling, designer wallpaper, or perhaps custom, or faux, painted walls. Damage by nail holes, or other hanging devices, to these types of surfaces may result in impossible, or extremely costly, repairs. Here, we show how others have used our products … Read more >

Difficult Walls, Part 2: Masonry and Glass Walls


In this second entry of our three-part series, Difficult Walls, we address the challenge of hanging art, photos, or objects on walls made of masonry or glass. Our first photo shows an example of how we’ve solved the dilemma of creating displays on masonry walls, while it also re-emphasizes the point made in our first post regarding curved walls as well. Using our Contempo® System in the suspended format, a track is applied to the masonry wall using suitable fasteners. … Read more >