A gallery wall can add personality to any room. And it's a great way to take advantage of both horizontal and vertical space in small and big rooms. Today I'm featuring three styles in family/living rooms with gallery walls above a couch. Do you have a favorite style?
A: Looking for a classic and chic art gallery that adds a pop of color in the room? Artwork displayed on the wall is a nice contrast to the neutral shade of fabric on the L-shaped sette. The hint of gold on each frame adds sophistication and glam to this room by interior designer Lisa Rubenstein at Real Rooms Design with Bernard André Photography.
B: Want a cohesive gallery style? Try using a grouping of frames that are the same style and color. The center photo in the collage features a portion of a room styled by Elizabeth Metcalfe Interiors & Design. The ivory Pottery Barn frames complete the look.
Find unused wall space and turn it into a gallery wall
Because a gallery wall is your own canvas that you can modify into any shape, odd-sized walls are perfect. You can turn an unique wallspace into your advatage by transforming a wall below a stairway into a gallery. This triangle shaped gallery wall works because of the fresh mix of shapes and elements used—decorative plates, a vintage number tile, and a variety of frames. You can find more ideas via photographer, designer and stylist Corynee at Corynne Pless Designs and on Houzz.