Victoria Cohen - September 2022
Gallery Wall Ideas with eye-catching art
Mixing styles on a gallery wall
No house is complete without gallery wall ideas nowadays, whether that's in the bedroom, living room, hallway or every single room. One of the most game-changing wall decor ideas around, displaying artwork, photographs, and prints together in unison is the perfect way to add interest to a bland or basic-looking space.
These ideas for gallery walls will inspire you to fill any blank canvas, big or small, with life. And, by injecting a little of your personality into your living room ideas, you'll see your entire decor scheme come together in harmony.
The most exciting thing about this project is that no gallery wall is the same and that you can get as creative as you'd like, even (if not especially) if you're on a budget, or a total novice when it comes to getting crafty.
If you have a collection of much-loved art, family photos or favorite postcards, grouping them together in a gallery wall creates an authentic and bespoke display. If symmetry is your thing, measure them carefully before hanging to get even spacing. Alternatively, for a more laid-back approach, arrange your pieces on the floor prior to picking up your hammer.
Themed Wall Art Prints
A themed collection of art can bring focus and cohesion to an otherwise dull area. Try mixing art styles within a theme and keep a cohesive look by choosing the same frame style for each print or painting.
A kitchen wall is an ideal place to bring in food or drink related artworks.
Serene bedroom with Hammershoi Prints
Soft colours for the bedroom
For a master bedroom , choosing a soft colour palette can help create a tranquil atmosphere. Try grouping your art in odd numbers with a common theme. You can further add to this serene feeling by choosing simple white frames and mounts for prints.
Cute gallery wall art for childrens rooms
A gallery wall need not be confined to entrance halls or living rooms - childrens bedrooms can be uplifted with a set of cute art prints as a focal point for the room or to help cover an expanse of unadorned wall.
Using 2 or more rows stacked on top of each other can also help fill the gap for rooms with high ceilings.
contemporary elephant illustrations
Large geometric abstract prints
Bold Artwork for a statement entrance hall
Consider the entrance hall your opportunity to sweep guests off their feet. Whether visitors are welcomed into a soaring space crowned with a sparkling chandelier, or a cozy foyer with warm wood floors and a bouquet of blooms, the entryway sets the tone for the rest of your home. This transitory spot is the perfect place to showcase a sleek console table and statement art. Utilize this prominent entrance space to add elegant decor details that will help to elevate the overall ambience of your home. Take a cue from this stunning entrance and ensure that the foyer of your home is as spectacular as the rooms that follow.
Overlapping artwork on a feature shelf
Practical and inexpensive, this type of shelving is a great base for creating your very own striking art displays. Use a single shelf or group two or more together, then dress with vases, pictures, books or candlesticks. The beauty of this look is that you can change your arrangement as the mood takes you.