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A photo wall collage using canvas photo prints, family wall art, photos on wood and mixing it up with a whole lot of wall decor ideas, can create a stunning wall gallery.
Depending on your home or apartment, you can create a photo wall over your bed, in the entry, a hallway, kitchen, bathroom, stairwell, boring corner or even on a console, if you can’t bear holes in the wall.
The first place to start is by collecting photographs and artwork that you would like to group together. This might takes days or weeks to assemble.
Your next focus is to bring all your items together; so together they look like a unified piece of wall decor.
You can do this by using the same photo frame sizes, using the same photo frames, using the same color photo frames or printing your photos so they look similar; black and white, vintage, rustic etc.
Going over a bed or sofa.. these tips should help
1. your piece or pieces should be at least two-thirds of the length of your bed or sofa.
2. two or three pieces of art – so they work like one piece. They have the same color palette and are the same size.
3. make sure you have color balance – if you have blue in one corner, try to get some blue in the opposite corner for some balance.
4. use lots of different sizes of art; some vertical or horizontal and even tiny pieces up towards the ceiling, so you fill the entire wall.
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Black and white is the theme using two blocks of photos of different sizes. Its asymmetrical - the largest pieces off center.
This is photos on wood! Easy and inexpensive.
There are lots of photo wall galleries you can use - all in one color like this yellow theme, similar frames in one color or using a ledge to hang and lean your photos. Mix with other items, numbers, letters, clocks ..
This photo gallery wall uses art and other pieces from floor to ceiling - giving it the look of one large piece - even though each framed piece is different. Balance is the key.
Keys, wood and iron work are added to this wall over a console. Again, the total area covered by all these pieces make it look like one large piece of art without the cost.
This photo gallery wall is great over a bed head. Make sure it covers at least 2/3 of your bed head or sofa or it will look too small for the space.
Perfect for stairs is a range of small and large frames, in line with the stairs. It includes letters, invitations, framed keys and other important and fun family memories.
Perfect for hanging photos that never move!
Lots of warm wood frames, antlers, mirrors and lots of black and white photos cover this wall. It doesn't cost a lot but it looks great.
This gallery photo wall is floor to ceiling black and white photos and photo frames. Large letters, balls and other trinkets add interest and curios.
This is a great way of taking the focus off the television by building a gallery photo wall around it and adding road signs, clocks and numbers.