Gallery walls are a great way to showcase more than one piece of art, especially small scale pieces, in the home. I say art in the loosest of terms here too. Family photos, sketches done by the kids, music posters could all be showcased as long as there is one consistent feature. Maybe you have all black and white photos, or maybe it’s a handful of line drawings, even the same frame color works great. Regardless, for this look to feel cohesive, to me it needs this commonality to keep the wall from feeling too chaotic.
Over the years Jevan and I have accumulated a collection of small scale artwork. We have some of it hanging but a few pieces have yet to be framed. Since I’m not great at styling tons o’ stuff on walls, my style is way too symmetrical to pull this look off on my own, I began pulling images that could become a good source of inspiration.
I’m really loving the different sizes and frame thickness paired with the same frame color. This means I have a good amount of work ahead of me painting frames. We’ll see how ambitious I actually am when it comes down to it. Here’s my inspiration ‘board’.
Via ffffound. This is just a mish mash of everything and I kinda love it. Sadly, I don’t have a wall this large to make it work.
Via the late great Domino Magazine. While I’m not crazy about the stripe wallpaper I do love the different scales and different types of art.
Via Melanie Acevado. I love all white. This is just dreamy.
Via Mikael Beackman. Interesting way to look at dishware.