Picture display systems have been in use within Europe, and particularly within France, for decades where they have achieved critical mass.
North American use of picture display systems
are only now gaining acceptance in American homes after seeing significant use being limited within galleries, museums, universities and libraries.
More often than not such a system consists of a horizontal rail mounted to a wall in a fixed location close to the ceiling. From this track a series of rods or cables are hung. These allow for infinite left/right adjustment. Finally, picture display systems incorporate hooks, which suspends art, or other objects, from the rods or cables. These allow for equal adjustability in the up/down axis. There is another variant of the overall design, however. This design replaces the track with fixed location stand-offs
, which are usually deployed at both the upper and lower ends of the cables.
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