If you’ve ever attempted to hang a series of prints on your wall, you know how difficult it can be to properly align the frames. Even with a steady hand, a laser level and a couple of hours to get it done, it’s darn near impossible to line up everything due to the inconsistencies between each frame.
It’s for this reason that Dean Greve came up with the Picture Perfect Hanger, a new product that promises to end the frustration and wall damage usually associated with hanging frames on a wall.
Currently being funded on Kickstarter, the patented design is a wall mounting device that relies on two nails and a custom 4-way rail system that lets you adjust the framing of an image in 1/32nd-inch increments even after the frame is hung on the wall.
It’s a solution that makes you wonder why it’s never been made before. Rather than making precise measurements for every frame, simply get a vague idea where you want your photos to be, nail the Picture Perfect Hanger into the wall and adjust accordingly.
Each Picture Perfect Hanger holds up to 5 lbs, but by adding additional vertical strips to the design, you can increase the weight capacity.
If you’re looking to get your hands on one, a single Picture Perfect Hanger will set you back a $5 pledge. If you’d prefer to have a few more on hands, you can opt for any of the larger options, including a $50 pledge, which will get you 15 Picture Perfect Hangers.
Already, the Kickstarter has amassed $1,500 of its $25,000 goal with 24 days remaining.
For more information and to make your pledge, head on over to the Kickstarter campaign.