Who doesn’t love a gallery wall of some sort? Large or small, all across the wall or down the hall, supported by a narrow self or hung from a wire, gallery walls are so flexible, there’s one for every room. Whether, it’s artwork or family photos to be displayed, a gallery wall can be created to show off any collection of framed treasures. Today, we’re happy to share some of our favorite gallery wall ideas. We hope they inspire a gallery wall in your home.
Whether you want to highlight one framed piece or ten, a narrow wood display shelf is an ideal solution. The one above also adds small decorative items for visual interest.
Here’s another gallery wall on a shelf with additional artwork nearby. We love this white on white space with black and gold accents.
A lovely eclectic mix of artwork and frames invite exploration in this long entry hall.
Narrow black display shelves fill what might otherwise be a blank wall–a clever use of space don’t you think?
A tiny vintage gallery was is so perfect above this industrial metal and wire bar cart.
Simple, chic and stylish, a small gallery wall is ideal in the spacious modern dining space.
Even a tiny gallery wall can have a big impact. This galley kitchen is made more interesting by a display of framed prints and plates.
A large gallery wall shows of an interesting mix of framed vintage posters and photos in this cool dining space. A long bench fills in the space below the collection at floor level.
Specially made metal hanging rails can make it easy turn an entire room into a mini-gallery. We love the formal look of this game room.
What nursery is complete without colorful gallery wall. Baby pictures and happy childhood themed artwork or posters are all appropriate for baby’s first room.
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