Give a wall a cohesive, stylish look with these creative art displays
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Give your walls some love
A gallery wall is a great way to display an art collection, and there are a number of ways to go about it, ranging from eclectic to sticking with a streamlined color palette. Here you'll find inspiration from walls styled by Homepolish designers. Homepolish provides beautiful interior design by the hour with over 450 interior designers nationally.
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Here, a grid of six images from the same artist matches the client's clean, modern aesthetic. Note how this arrangement makes full use of the wall, meeting the lines of the top of the sofa back.
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Hanging bigger items in the middle of your gallery wall and filling the outer edges with smaller frames makes for a starburst effect. Very pretty. Rectangular, circular, squarish: you choose the overall shape. These frames are all from Mountary.com - a full-service framing startup that makes gallery walls a lot easier to hang at home.
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One with furniture
This graphic art collection has a distinct feel of being thoughtfully collected over time. The bold black-and-white pieces match the pillow and rug, and pops of color add life to the room. Note how the art is grouped around the sofa and lamp.
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This gallery wall made use of the couple's existing art and photos for an eye-catching living room display. The yellow and gold tones in the frame collection are mirrored in other parts of the apartment.
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Lost and found
Made up of found vintage objects, this gallery wall is contained to a fixed rectangular space—a smart approach to keeping a mishmash of items from feeling messy.
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Family photos printed in black-and-white lends an authentic and personal touch that compliments the neutral color palette.
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In one of our favorite commercial spaces, wooden crates are mounted floor-to-ceiling for beautiful visual impact and—wait for it—snacks! Useful as clothing displays as well, crates are a great, inexpensive, and easy-to-use wall hanging.
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Alternative to art
Don't have (or want) an art collection extensive enough for a gallery wall? Use mirrors! This collection of vintage mirrors is softened with the use of two round pieces.
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Perfectly playful and smart, the aqua wall in this home office provides the perfect backdrop for an irreverent art collection.
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This nursery gallery wall extends the room's color palette onto a plain wall. Hanging some pieces by clips instead of in a frame is a nice, different detail.
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Frames are expensive but tape is cheap! Playful washi tape will make for a fun composition.
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Frameless with a twist
We love this clever magazine display. It's creative and a great alternative to a stack of business press on a coffee table. Magazines are easy to access and change out, their covers make for ever-changing art and the grid maintains order.