Style and Design

Gallery Wall Ideas to Dress up Your Walls

An instant way to elevate even the most humbly decorated rooms is by designing a well-thought-out gallery wall. Be it in the living room, dining room, entryway, or kids room, walls that come clad with a curated mix of art and print bring in a major dose of personality and life. 

Design Your Gallery Wall by Motif

Eclectic gallery wall in dining room

Design your gallery wall by a theme. It is an easy way to ensure the overall cohesiveness of the decorative layout sans having to overestimate the placement. In this dining room design, we did just that, by opting for an abstract motif, which in turn fit right in with the room's overall eclectic aesthetic. 

Art featured in this design

Society 6 art print

Elements- Society6

Society Print Art

A Warm Feeling- Society6

Society 6 Art Prints

Dandelions- Society6

Society 6

The line to Universe- Society6

West Elm Art Print

Kate Arends- West Elm

Society 6 Art Print

Arch Art- Society6

Society6 Art print

Living vases- Society6

Society6

Line Art- Society6

Does Eclectic Tickle Your Senses? 

The dining room decor can typically err on the snoozy side if you don't pay attention. The fix? A combination statement piece on one side balanced by a gallery wall on the other that complements the aesthetic of the room. 

Art featured in this design

Anthropologie Art

XOXO- Anthropologie

Gust- Anthropologie

Anthropologie Bluehead art

Blue Head- Anthropologie

Pretty Thing- Anthropologie

Not Outside The Realm of a Gallery Wall

Step up your gallery wall game. Instead of hanging all your frames on the wall, for some frames, opt for a lower display. This setup offers a more dramatic finish. Layer the oversized prints on the floor and filter in smaller decorative objects to break up the continuous flow of art.

Art featured in this design 

Optima- Anthropologie

One Day- Anthropologie

Palm- Anthropologie

Tied Finger- Anthropologie

 From Whitewashed to Minimal Chic

The white walls add to the dining room's fresh and airy vibe, but it runs the risk of looking whitewashed. If you would like to maintain the clean and minimal vibe, build a gallery wall with a hint of color that elevates the look of the entire room to lively chic.

Art used in this design

Abstract Art- Target

La Mirada- Anthropologie

Balancing- Society6

Arch Art- Society6


Stairway to Art

When working with a space that's architecturally limiting -Stairways, build the gallery wall along the path of the eye. In this entryway design, the gallery wall leads you upwards. Space is left with a dynamic element of interest.

Art used in this design

CB2 Gallery Frame

West Elm Gallery Frame

Cb2 Gallery Frame

West Elm Gallery Frame

Trade Your Headboard for a Gallery Wall

A gallery wall in the bedroom calls for soothing art hung slightly above the head resting area. And if you're pressed for inspiration, turn to abstract art. Also, utilize the wall art to bring in a healthy dose of color to the room. 

Art used in this design

Kate Arends- West Elm

Morning art- Anthropologie

Picasso Art- Wayfair

Joss and Mainframes

Abstract Graphic- Joss & Main

Etsy- Modern Art

Black&White- Joss & Main

Kate Arends- West Elm

Up the Wall

When you have an entryway that doesn't allow for traditional decor elements, because of architectural constraints, put up a gallery wall. This entryway gallery wall featured in the design emulates the shape of the staircase by using frames of different sizes. 

Art featured in the design

Floating Frames- West Elm

Rice Paper- Houzz

Perigold Frame

Zoe Frame- Anthropologie

Gallery Wall With a Touch of Vintage

For the gallery wall that comes with the intention of adding a touch of vintage, French chic is apt. And that's precisely what we did with this room by adding the collage above the sofa.  

Art featured in the design

Head - Anthropologie

Etsy Vintage Poster art

Portrait of a woman 

African Botanicals 

Uzbek art- Anthropologie

Weathered Pattern- Ballard

Apple Tree- Anthropologie

Gilded Heron Anthropologie

Have a Spring Fling With Your Gallery Wall 

Swap your existing gallery wall or create a brand new one to embrace the seasonal changes. This gallery wall we designed boasts no shortage of color, which we think is vital in achieving the spring look. In this design, furnishing and furniture are earthy. The gallery wall, however, saturates the wall and adds the vibrant pops of yellows, reds, and green, which manages to complement the overall Spring aesthetic of the living room.

Art featured in the design

Exotic Wood - Store 1x

Mid Century Art - Etsy

Abstract art - Wayfair

Take a Ride - Pottery Barn

Bullseye - Anthropologie

Vintage Dots - Anthropologie

Pastel Sunrise - Minted

Pretzel - Anthropologie

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