Like I mentioned in my Paris Travel post I can't wait to get all of my vacation photos printed & displayed in my apartment! I noticed the other day how bare the wall above my desk is and I thought it would be the perfect place to create another gallery wall! There aren't any rules when it comes to styling a gallery wall, it's all about piecing together the perfect photos and wall decor to create one cohesive display!
Right now I have 2 gallery walls in my apartment. Below is what we have hanging on our kitchen wall, travel photos & an awesome 3-D painting I picked up at a discount store. Each piece on their own is interesting, but when seen together it almost tells a story. While I went with all black frames for this look I opted to use white mats in the 2 larger ones.
It's all about friends & family photos in my room & for this cluster I went for frames that could display multiple photos because having 25 single 4x6 frames is ridiculous, but adding a couple works well. I'm hoping to keep building out once I have more photos & creating a larger display.
Now onto the newest gallery wall! As you can see the Before
picture is pretty boring...
...but the After
mock-up I created with my Sprout by HP
is much more fun! I loved that I was able to take my favorite photos from my trip and add them right on to this photo I took of my desk. I played with the sizes and what photos look best where & while I can't promise this is exactly what it will turn out like it gave me a great starting point! Also love the idea of adding a print to the mix & this Wanderlust
one fits right in! Thinking of getting one of the photos printed on canvas or metal to add texture to the overall look!
Do you have any gallery walls in your home? I'd love to see a picture!
Don't miss my other Sprout by HP post where I'm showing it it's amazing 3-D scanning capability!
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