One thing that I’ll never tire of is a well-curated wall of art. I love how you can learn a lot from a person by the composition of their gallery walls. My favorite gallery walls are those that feature traditional wall art, typography prints, photography, and other pieces like faux taxidermy, candles, and sculptures.
Below are some of my favorite gallery walls that I pinned on my “Gallery Walls in the Home” Pinterest board (I’d love if you’d follow me).
First up is this really cool collection of art and prints from Burnham Design. Betsy Burnham’s design style is so inspirational, as I feel like she designs just for me. If I could actually complete one of my own spaces, pick any space from her design portfolio and I could only dream that my space could turn out just like that. I just love her style! In the photo below, I love how she used an eclectic mix of art and prints. She kept the frames quite simple, with thin lines, but each piece has different matting and is a different style from the next.
I’ll give some tips to help create your own gallery wall in a future post, but one tip I’ll leave you with is:
Always plan your gallery wall before hanging your pieces on the wall. Arrange your items on the floor, so you can get a visual of how it can look on the wall. Go a step farther by using kraft paper (by the roll) to create templates for each piece. You can mark where nails or screws should be so you can easily hang each piece.
Are you a fan of gallery walls? Which of the spaces above is your favorite?
Till next time,