HOW TO: Building a Gallery Wall. 1. Choose larger pieces as anchors. 2. Choose a color scheme. 3. Play with scale - vary the size and orientation of the art. 4. Keep at least 1.5" - 3" between each piece. 5. Allow at least 6" between the couch and the first frame. 6. Use 2 to 3 styles of frames. 7. Use different mediums of art - photography, art prints, gift wrap, decorative objects, etc.

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HOW TO: Building a Gallery Wall. 1. Choose larger pieces as anchors. 2. Choose a color scheme. 3. Play with scale - vary the size and orientation of the art. 4. Keep at least 1.5" - 3" between each piece. 5. Allow at least 6" between the couch and the first frame. 6. Use 2 to 3 styles of frames. 7. Use different mediums of art - photography, art prints, gift wrap, decorative objects, etc.

Step by step instructions on how to create a gallery wall. Big impact with the least amount of effort! http://ablissfulnest.com/

How To Create A Gallery Wall by Lillian Hope Designs

Step by step instructions on how to create a gallery wall. Big impact with the least amount of effort! http://ablissfulnest.com/

More photo arrangement ideas, including how to arrange them on a mantle or on the wall going upstairs

How to Create a Gallery-Style Photo Wall

when hanging frames, draw imaginary lines. Line Art (top): If you have a generous amount of horizontal wall space, draw an imaginary line on your wall and place artwork, photos or decorative plates above and below the line so your display feels balanced.  Squared Away (bottom): If you want to fill vertical wall space, such as in an entryway or grand foyer, create a square or rectangle on your wall with painter's tape and loosely arrange your pieces inside.  via @raymourflanigan

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when hanging frames, draw imaginary lines. Line Art (top): If you have a generous amount of horizontal wall space, draw an imaginary line on your wall and place artwork, photos or decorative plates above and below the line so your display feels balanced. Squared Away (bottom): If you want to fill vertical wall space, such as in an entryway or grand foyer, create a square or rectangle on your wall with painter's tape and loosely arrange your pieces inside. via @raymourflanigan

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