I live in Texas, but I'm originally from Oregon, so I decided to display the flags of each state on the wall of my apartment. I found the proper display rules for the Texas flag quite easily (no surprise there), with the white stripe on the left, but I couldn't find the proper hanging protocol for the Oregon flag. I would display it to be uniform with the Texas rules, except Oregon has a double-sided flag, and so if it were to be displayed in the same orientation as Texas's flag, the back of the flag would be showing, which doesn't seem right. Since the orientation of the Texas flag can be seen even by inexperienced observers by looking at the orientation of the star, though, it is pretty obvious that by showing the front of the Oregon flag, the tops of the flags re facing each other. So, I've come up with some options: Option 1: Flip the Texas flag even though it isn't pursuant to code, since it's in a private indoor space that not many people will see anyway. Option 2: Flip the Oregon flag and display the back. Option 3: Rotate the Oregon flag so that "State of Oregon" displays from the left. I don't like this option because it would put the rivets at the bottom and I would have to pierce the flag in order to hang it, but it is the most uniform option. Option 4: Leave it as is, even though it looks strange. Thoughts?