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Pretty Gallery Walls

RC Willey Blogger Profile Picture - Andrea Posted by Andie on September 5, 2018

There is something about a well put together gallery wall that makes my heart sing!  Sadly, all gallery walls are not created equally though.  Anyone can throw a dozen picture frames on a wall and call it good, but it can be difficult to get it just right- looking complete without feeling too busy or nauseating.  You know what I mean?  It's tricky, at best.

While gallery walls have been deemed as "trendy" in the past, if you do it right, they can be timeless and classic and wonderful.    Here are a few tips to get you started on creating an amazing gallery wall in your home....

- Don't stick to one media!  Display a variety of art pieces- photographs, paintings, drawings, prints, etc. 

- Curate your gallery wall over time.  The best gallery walls aren't thrown together in a day.  Be patient as you wait for your gallery wall to come to life.

- For a more cohesive gallery wall, stick to one or two colors for your frames.  

- Start with one large anchor image, and work your way out from there.  Incorporating large pieces of art makes a gallery wall feel mature and refined.  

- Use 2-3" of spacing between art pieces.  You don't want too big of a gap!!

Here are some beautiful examples of gallery walls that got it right!......

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Alison Cayne's home via One Kings Lane

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