Are you as enamored with gallery walls as I am? I love them. I have a couple in my house and yet I always find them hard to create. Now, I’m working on a sort of gallery look on my mantel (keeping Bucky of course).
You can see one of Pottery Barn’s great-looking galleries at right.
The site has a number of great tips.
“Create a personal gallery by displaying frames of varying shape and size,” PB says. “Plan the layout of your frames before hanging, either with Kraft paper on the wall or by arranging them on a workspace or floor. Ensure your frame arrangement is horizontally centered on your wall space to create balance.”
Perhaps even more helpful is Pottery Barn’s downloadable wall templates. There are four of them, created for different purposes: A family gallery (see below), personal gallery, family vacation display and gallery series.
Naturally, the templates feature Pottery Barn frames. But the templates do make it easy to recreate the looks because they tell you precisely which frames you need to use.
So for inspiration, let’s look at some more Pottery Barn galleries – including those using photos and art. I love the
I like the ones that combine photos and art – and I love that so many of the photos are really just numbers or branches. It’s a great break from the traditional family photos.
What do you think?
This post is linked up at The Inspired Room's gallery wall linkup! You can find lots of gallery wall inspiration there!