15 Beautiful Gallery Wall Ideas
Ready to totally transform that blank wall into a stunning and personal feature wall? We searched high and low to curate this handy list of inspirational gallery wall ideas so you can find your vision in no time.
If you need help filling out your gallery wall, our Art and Wall Hangings collections are a great place to start. You can also follow our Pinterest board on Gallery Walls for more ongoing inspiration.
Around the Corner
An awesome way to play-up your gallery wall is by taking it around a corner. This layout infinitely amps up the statement that you're making.
With the most classic use of the gallery wall, use your wall space as a way to show off all of your gorgeous art collection pieces in one place.
Bring those earthy, bohemian, artsy vibes to your home with a basket wall. There are seemingly endless possibilities in the ways you can switch these up. Don't be afraid to integrate different patterns, colors, and sizes.
Black & White
If you think black and white is boring, think again. There's a sense of peace that a beautiful black and white gallery brings. This option is perfect for those who love minimalistic beauty.
Deck out your walls with your favorite plant prints, pressed flowers, and works of part. Best part about a botanical art piece is that you get the beauty and joy that nature brings without any of the work.
Display all of your favorite wall hangings within one gorgeous eclectic feature wall. That being said, just like with any of the other designs, be sure to plan out a clean layout in doing so. This way, you wall will scream more artistic magic and less craft fair.
Integrate geometric decor pieces to add more interest and dimension to your gallery wall.
Macrame & Fiber Art
Fiber art and macrame pieces are always an incredible way to add texture and dimension to your gallery wall.
Mirror Mirror On the Wall
There's something extraordinary about a wall full of mirrors. This looks particularly stunning if you're going for a more vintage look.
Shelfies for Days
Add more dimension and personal pieces that you love by mixing shelves into your gallery wall.
Sleek & Minimalist
The key to a minimalist gallery wall is in finding frames that are either identical or extremely similar in boarder thickness. Try to find art pieces or photographs that compliment each other in color schemes and design to make it one cohesively planned piece.
Total Urban Jungle
On the other end of the plant-loving spectrum, you can create urban jungle and jungalow vibes with real living walls. If you want to seriously bring the outdoors-in, then this option is for you. It's a ton of work, but beyond beautiful to see.
Tip Your Hat
If you have a brimmed hat collection you're obsessed with, why not put it on display? You'll be sure to have the most fashionable gallery wall in town.
This works especially beautifully if you have high ceilings and a ton of wall space. This layout draws the eyes across the entire span of your wall.
Experimenting with three-dimensional feature items is a great way to break out of the typical wall art, mirror, and photograph mold.
Thanks for reading! With all of these options to choose from, we hope you're leaving this page feeling inspired to take on a gallery wall of your own! Be sure to share this page if it helped you out and stay tuned on our Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for more inspiration coming your way!