Cure your empty wall conundrum with an amazingly eye-catching gallery wall!
Combine pictures and objects, purposely mismatch colors, put up a whole wall of empty painted frames – in wall decor, there are no rules!
Check out these outstanding galleries for inspiration!
1. Mirror Wall
See yourself from every angle, with this wall of mirrors in antique and colorful frames.
It’s like hanging a picture gallery, but the pictures are all of you and your home and they move!
What a fabulous living art form!
2. Uniform Frames
Collage pictures, maps, notes, and any images you like, while keeping your style completely uniform.
How, you ask? Keep your frames color-coded !
Framing all your art in the same style ties it together into a perfect gallery.
3. Picture-Object Collage
The best thing about this design of gallery wall is that you can incorporate small pieces of furniture or other permanent wall hangings, like this key hook, and combine interesting objects, keepsakes, and pictures for textured perfection.
If you’re seeking more concrete texture, however, there’s this fabulous layered option .
Too many pictures and too little space? This busy gallery is actually a very chic display, especially if you keep your pictures a classy black and white.
5. Fabric in Frames
You don’t have to have pictures or paintings to create a gallery wall – collect your extra fabric scraps or find some festive cloth napkins, and frame and hang them, to create a fabric gallery wall and add vivid color and beautiful patterns to any room.
6. Art Gallery
If you’re an artist, have an artist in the family, or even if you have a pile of pictures your prodigious child brought home from school, create an art gallery, using strategic placement and a barrage of bright colors.
7. Empty Frames
Recently, frames have become an art form all their own! Hang up interesting and beautiful frames without any pictures or paintings, for a lovely geometric wall design.
Painted frames will even add some bold and compelling color to your decor!
8. Monogram Gallery
Make your house more personal, by creating a wall full of your initials or the first letter of your last name.
Mix up color, texture, and font style, for an exquisite and completely unique monogram gallery wall, especially perfect for an entryway or living room.
9. Colors and Patterns
Add a wow-factor to any room, with interesting colors, patterns, and textures, like this eye-catching 3D gallery wall!
Pick a central image or object, and build from there, adding complimenting images, to create a captivating visual effect.
10. Full Coverage
Make a wall-wide gallery with whatever elements fit best.
This is a great way to preserve happy moments and fill up some empty space or color a neutral area, like this staircase wall .
Now you know there’s no excuse for blank wall space!
For more ideas, take a look at Hometalk’s wall decor topic page!