I love a good gallery wall. They are inexpensive and can make a significant impact in a space. Have a large blank wall and don’t know what to hang? Here are three gallery wall ideas!
There is no limit to hanging frames on your walls, but you may not know where to start. In our previous home, we had three different types of gallery walls. Hopefully, this helps you narrow down what kind of gallery wall you want to implement in your own home. I also linked my current fav digital art to download and frames.
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These are my favorite frames ever! They are inexpensive, large in size, and that oversized matte adds a dramatic but modern feel.
By pairing six frames in a grid pattern in our entryway, and adding personal photos, this gallery wall makes a big statement when you first walked into our home. I used the same images from our photography session for this gallery wall, and love that the photos look cohesive in color and style.
My office gallery wall was a collection of vintage art that I found online and printed on fine art paper. They look like actual paintings! I love eclectic gallery walls because this is where you can let your creativity shine through. Mix vintage with modern, or even abstract art.
Some online sellers will have pre-packaged gallery wall art that you can purchase, making it easy to create a cohesive wall. Etsy is one of my favorite place to find downloadable art to print, and my favorite place to print art pieces is Mpix.com with their Giclee printing on fine art paper.
I paired the vintage art with frames I already had or purchased from retailers like Target and Amazon. I’m linking all of my favorite frames below.
We added our third gallery wall in our upstairs hallway leading to our bedrooms. This gallery wall was different because the frames came as a package with a template to hang them on the wall.
I ordered this gallery wall through Framebridge and selected my photos for each frame. Framebridge sent my frames ready to hang, pictures included. I wanted this gallery wall to reflect our expanding family and feature images that we’ve taken over the last ten years. Before printing, I made the photos black and white. As a result, the gallery wall looks cohesive since it was a collection of photos taken over time . I love the mix of brass and champagne-colored frames, and the black and white images highlight the picture frames.
Here’s a few more tips for creating a gallery wall in your own home.
Below are some of my current favorite digital art available for download. I also rounded up some of my favorite frames that I’ve used in my own home, just click the image to shop each item.
Let me know how what kind of gallery wall you plan on creating!