Magnetic Photo Bar
Stay out of a decorating rut with this photo hanging system—it gives you the ability to swap out the photos or prints you want to display so easily your wall can look different every day (or every hour!) Use the included magnets (6 total) to affix your photos to the backside of the copper-plated steel bar. Your photos will appear to float like magic, and can be arranged however you like them. The bar is just shy of 2 feet in length, so you can fit about 4-6 standard sized photos (4” x 6’). Ours is shown with three 6” square prints. It comes with everything you need for hanging—a very thin cord is attached to the bar and it comes with a small copper nail.
6 magnets & 1 copper nail are included.
Photography by Bobbi Lin
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