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If your walls are made of plaster or drywall, one option is to affix the object to a spot on the wall directly into a stud. Studs can help support the weight of heavy objects.
To see if a there is a stud located in the area where you’re looking to hang the object, We suggests these three strategies:
Knock on the wall – when you’re over a stud, the sound will be a more solid “thump.”
Check for nails along your baseboard. They’re typically placed on the stud line.
Use a stud finder, which you can buy at your local hardware store.
Studs are typically 16 inches apart, measuring from the center of one stud to the center of the next, though in some older houses they may be spaced 24 inches apart.