TIPS FOR CREATING AN ARTWORK GALLERY WALL IN YOUR HOME February 26 2013, 0 Comments
We all have photographs, artwork, quotes and accessories that we love. Instead of keeping them in albums and boxes, you can arrange them on a wall in your home and display things that are meaningful to you and your family. Artwork is personal so there are no hard and fast rules for arranging your pieces in a symmetrical, asymmetrical or an eclectic design. Here are some examples of how easy it can be and how great it will look.
This eclectically styled gallery wall includes a combination of black and brown frames, signs, numbers, letters and accessories. The pieces are arranged in an assymmtrical design within an overall square shape. via Bright Bold & Beautiful.
A full height symmetrical arrangement of black and white photography in matching frames makes up a gallery wall in this stairwell. via Mochatini.
A layered collection of framed prints and memorabilia leans against a wall on this built in counter in the home office of Brooke Shields. This is a beautiful look that shares a story of her lifelong career and family. This type of arrangement can also be done on a floating shelf for a similar effect. via Architectural Digest.
A large piece of signage as the center of this arrangement is surrounded by prints in various sized frames hung in an asymmetrical design. via Bright Bold & Beautiful.
This sweet gallery wall incorporates photos, quotes, momentos and a number that are all meaningful to this family. via A Place For Us.
I really love this gallery wall designed exclusively for the artwork of this little boy. A chalkboard wall that's just the right height serves as an interactive exhibit at the base of his finished art pieces. A beautiful quote included in the display by his parents says it all. via A Soft Place.