Magnetic Frame Hanging System

By Gallery Magic®

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This magnetic hanging system lets you readjust even after you’ve hung your frame. Fix the steel plate on the wood and the magnetic plate on the wall—snap them together, step back, reposition, then level until it’s just right.

  • Made in the USA: Walpole, MA
  • Materials: Rare Earth Neodymium magnet, steel plate
  • Includes: 1 drywall anchor, 2 frame plate screws, 1 brass screw, 2 rubber bumpers, 1 glue dot, 1 push pin
  • No more hooks, wires, or multiple holes in the wall
  • Installs in 3 steps
  • Capacity: Holds up to 15 lbs. or up to 24” frames
  • For frames larger than 24” or weighing more than 15 lbs., use 2
  • 360 degrees of total adjustment area—easily adjusts after you hang
  • Note: Designed to work specifically with wooden frames
  • Dimensions: 3.25" x 3.25" x 0.5"
  • Weight: 0.31 lb.

10 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Highly recommended!


These are awesome! So incredibly easy to install and boy, do they stay in place. Even better, it is easy to do micro-adjustments.


Great Picture Hangers


These are absolutely wonderful. I just ordered some more. They even hold heavier substantial pictures and such. I would definitely recommend these...will probably even buy more of these.More > < Less


So Easy


Directions are simple and it's easy to install. I'll definitely get more in the future!


Magnetic Madness!


Nice product! Very helpful when assembling a wall collage of pictures. Nice doing business with you.


Great Product!


Easy to use and saves time! Would highly recommend.

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Magnets make frame hanging much easier.

About Gallery Magic®

Hang Confidently

Where do you want your frame—approximately? This magnetic hanging system lets you be less precise when you hang.

Gallery Magic® comes with three screws, two metal plates, and some wiggle room. Secure the steel plate to a wooden frame and the magnetic one on the wall. Snap them together, then take a step back and readjust until it’s just right.

Move the frame in different directions within the area of the plate until it’s level. This is especially helpful when you’re trying to create a collage, or hang multiple, evenly spaced frames.

Maker Greg Wiseman came up with the prototype after a frame hanging flop. Three holes in the wall later, he thought up a streamlined system that could hold up to 15 pounds with way less guesswork.

Picking out the artwork is up to you. But now it’s possible to hang it perfectly without your holes being 100% precise.