As you can see an easy way to get a feel for the area you want to fill is to use painters tape to “block out” a space. I new I wanted the objects for the wall to all fit inside the blue tape.
Boho Gallery Wall
I have a large wall In my living room that used to be home to a giant clock! I loved it, but really wanted to incorporate a few boho items I had lying around and knew a gallery wall would be perfect for the space
Step one: decide on the space for the gallery
Step 2 : object placement on floor
The next step after you’ve blocked your designated area is to space out your accessories/frames on the floor to get a feel for how you like them before placing on the wall.
Step 3: start placing on wall
Once you have a layout you like on the floor it’s time to start placing them in your space that you have designated with the tape. This makes it not only even but again, helps to keep everything in exactly the space you want.
remove painters tape
As you can see the macreme and frames now are all in their homes and are evenly distributed in the space. You can now remove the painters tape and admire your beautiful creation
Ta da !!
Gallery walls can be intimidating but with following these simple steps it allows for proper placement and spacing and can help you achieve exactly the look you are going for in your space!