My LATEST Gallery Wall
I LOVE a good gallery wall! I love creating them and I love looking through other people’s creations!
Do you feel intimidated by the thought of a “gallery-wall” and are sure where to even start? Here are 4 fool-proof guidelines to help you get over the hump of gallery wall intimidation!
I have my red/pink transfer ware displayed in my dining room in a “gallery wall” format.
Up The Stairs
Going up your staircase is a fabulous location for a gallery wall! It creates one great conversational piece and can transition the observer from one area of the home to the other while entertaining!\
Here’s a good template to use as a guideline for a staircase gallery wall.
The frame can be the identifying characteristic for a gallery wall. These are great examples of grouping photos and art together according to the type of frame.
The Eclectic Wall
These are phenomenal examples of creating a wall that means something to YOU! It may tell a story of where you’ve been or what is important to you! For example: you may create a gallery wall composed entirely of your children’s art. Frame it all differently, or better yet, let them choose the frames! I promise you there will be a way to piece it all together for a one-of-a-kind space that your guests and family will rave over!
This is in my new guest room! It’s for sure, eclectic and a great way to disguise a tv!
Look on pinterest for some very helpful templates and check out my pinterest board of “gallery walls”!
But, beware, they can be addictive! Before you know it you’ll be finding a way to turn every wall in your house into a gallery wall!
I’d love to see your gallery walls! Please share!