How do I hang pictures on Stucco walls?
My living room walls are stucco and for the life of me I can't figure out how to hang up my pictures! I've tried command strips, nails and screws! It's been about 2 months off and on that I've been trying I'm about to give up! Can anyone please HELP ME??
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Nails and screws should go through the stucco, but if you're not hitting a stud, it won't bear weight well. Try using a stud finder.
Hello Serenia! I am curious as to why using nails and screws didn't work. I am not sure if your walls are just textured over dry wall and look like stucco--or if they are traditional stucco/plaster walls. That would make a difference.
Another thing you might be able to use are "monkey hooks". They are sold in any home improvement store.
All you need is some anchors to use screws on a wall with no stud in the right place. Here's more information that should help. Wishing you the best.
You should be able to drill into stucco with a masonry bit. I would slant the hole down and use a small bit sized for the nail you want to use.
here you can find helpfull info https://www.hunker.com/13410864/how-to-hang-pictures-on-a-concrete-block-wall-without-using-a-drill
Sure it's not a plaster wall? Stucco isn't typically used in interior spaces. See if this helps.
Yes, still with masonry bit and use “mollies”.
Serenia: maybe this will be helpful
This might help. I have plaster walls- not stucco- but maybe the process is similar. https://www.hometalk.com/diy/build/how-to-drill-holes-in-plaster-without-it-crumbling-43417676
How To Drill Holes In Plaster...Without It Crumbling
Command hooks work great!
I would try these hangers, I've used them on masonry before.... https://www.amazon.com/Mountain-Picture-Hangers-Concrete-Cinder/dp/B01N47XAMU/ref=sr_1_4?crid=2ZBZI9HL08O55&keywords=masonry+picture+hangers&qid=1577948615&sprefix=masonry+pict%2Caps%2C256&sr=8-4