Framing and admiring art has always been a thing that homeowners have loved to do. But a dedicated gallery wall is the new way to appreciate a growing collection of artwork, prints, quotes and patterns in the most stylish of ways.
They can look seriously impressive, eye-catching, beautiful and all-encompassing, and with the penchant for wall art on the rise, there’s never been a better time to experiment.
Why not use prints from your monthly Homemaker Paper Collection (p57 in the latest issue) to kick-start your project? You could also print out mandalas to colour in, tropical papers, quirky llama artwork, classic blue and white patterns, and a whole host of other free printables from our website.
Take a look at our favourite galleries and be inspired to update your walls…
On The Straight & Narrow
This narrow floor-to-ceiling gallery wall is a great way to optimise a small space. The combination of palm trees and blush pink is seriously on-trend too.
Like things to be orderly? Let your art line up perfectly with a simple display such as this.
I'll Have Mine With Mustard
Having a pop of colour on your gallery wall to match the room is key, and we love this combination of hues.
Bigger Is Better
If you're blessed with tall ceilings, how could you not turn an entire wall into a feature for your art?
One Step At A Time
We could gobble up this elevating display – it's just so cute!
Wood You Believe It
Display your favourite prints and pictures above a sideboard for a real focal point in any room. We especially love the mix of white and wood here.
You don't just have to hang your art. Instead, why not use narrow shelves and layer your frames? The result is so full and fun, and it's easy to switch up if you fancy a change.
Be bold with a black and white gallery wall amongst black and white interiors. It's swish and sophisticated.
Prefer a minimal look? Include just a few frames and have them off-centre in the bedroom.
Too Much Is Never Enough
Let your gallery wall hug a door frame for a cosy feel.
Frame Your Frames
Isn't this clever? If you can see through to another large room, place your collection perfectly so it can be enjoyed from both spaces.
A Wash Of Watercolour
Play with colour until you're happy with the montage. We adore the pastel shades in this set-up.
Break It Down
Have a display above the sofa for an eye-catching corner in the living room. This design has been broken up beautifully with some animal heads too.
Visit our Free Downloads section to inspire a thrifty gallery wall in your home.