Depending on the size and type, hang metal wall art anywhere in the home, including the entryway, bedroom or dining room. Because metal wall art is often heavier than other art, it is best to use drywall screws and anchors when hanging on walls.
Metal wall art often comes in large sizes, so it fills up space on walls, such as in the living room or dining room or above the bed. Another option is to hang metal wall art in an entryway, opposite from the front door. Art should hang at eye level and, most often, centered on the wall.
When it comes to smaller pieces of metal wall art, one option is to hang pieces as part of a gallery wall. The metal texture provides contrast to paintings or photographs.