If you have framed artwork or family photos that need hanging, you may feel overwhelmed by the options available at the hardware store. The hook aisle is overflowing with products that perform seemingly magical feats. If you want to get your frame on the wall the right way, check out our breakdown of common hanging methods and how they work.
When you don't feel like hammering and you have a lighter frame, drywall push-'n'-hang hooks allow you to push the long hook arm into the wall—and you're done. OOK Push and Hang It, $4.97;
Designed to be earthquake-proof, tremor hangers have a hook that is actually a closed clip. Impex Systems 2PC Tremor Pic Hanger, $2.19;
Heavy-hold drywall hanger hooks are ideal for flimsy partition walls that may not have many studs. OOK Heavy Hold 200 Drywall Hanger, $4.97; OOKs.
Height-adjustable hangers have a hook that adjusts 4 inches up or down, so you can change frame positions as many times as you'd like. Right Height Picture Hanger, $2.99;
These genius molding clips hang down from crown molding with no nail necessary. Use fishing line, which makes the lines invisible. Picture Molding Hook, prices start at $2.15;