Hello, Gallery Walls

I’ve been thinking about gallery walls… and seeing them everywhere recently. Here are 28 in fact! The top three are my favorites. I’m thinking about putting a gallery wall above my desk. I have some egg prints, some sheets of old stamps and some art that will be a beginning!

Anything without a hyperlink was scanned from my inspiration files.

via Desire to Inspire, Ann Linberg

Marie Claire Home, French Edition

via Please Sir!

via Desire to Inspire

via Domino

via Desire to Inspire

via Desire to Inspire

via Remodelista (best blog name ever!)

via Desire to inspire

Elle Decor

via Design*Sponge

via Desire to inspire

via Habitually Chic

Elle Decor

via Decorno, via Michelle Adams

via Martha Stewart Living

via Habitually Chic

via Habitually Chic

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via Martha Stewart Living

via Elle Decor

via Cookie Magazine

via Apartment Therapy

via Elle Decor

via The Selby

Via Inside the Loop

via Indian By Design

via Apartment Therapy

Boligtorvet – Kort, via Desire to Inspire


46 thoughts on “Hello, Gallery Walls

  1. erika

    couldn’t have compiled a better selection myself! ROCK ON with your gallery walls. I’m picking up my collection of framed matchbooks on Friday and hanging them this weekend, cannot wait! This makes me soooo happy! Great job Abbey!

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  3. PJ

    I’ve been obsessing over gallery walls, too — thanks for this fabulous round-up. I’m really inspired by the images you chose.

    Question–how would you frame a sheet of stamps?

  4. Kavita

    Love this post. Possibilities spring up when you can see and compare different ways of doing one thing at one go, like here.

  5. Prêt à Voyager

    I love the framed contactsheets. I did a similar thing when I was studying abroad. Funny, now that I think of it, the whole idea of a photo contact sheet is a thing of the past. Retro photo?

    Anne

  6. Jorjah-B

    very cool. i did this for my sister in her living room when she asked me to int. design it. i love this motif, as it allows you to group such diverse art.

  7. dirftwood shack

    What a very generous post so full of gems! I have a picture wall and have just spotted one is hung sideways! don’t worry its an abstract so no-one will know…

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  9. Kate

    Excellent grouping Abbey! I want one now, too! Thank you for such a great collection – it’s like you’ve done a gallery wall of gallery walls :)

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  12. kristina

    ahhh! i love. gallery groupings are the BEST! i have a little one i keep adding to over our credenza… such great inspiration seeing all of these together!

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  15. Bailey

    Oooh. I love the idea of hanging contact sheets. I just moved into a nice little vintage apartment and my walls are all blank and waiting for some framing like this.

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  21. nora herting

    I is nice to see so many other people doing this. As an artists I have grown a collection of friends’ artwork in trades. I want to feature all of my pieces and our Brooklyn apartment is only so big. Eventually my husband and I decided to just hang everything up. I love it and visitors are always so engaged viewing over 55 framed pieces in are apartment

  22. Alicia

    Hey Abbey,
    I know this post is over year old but i wanted to let you know that i’m using it as inspiration for school right now. we’re doing a project with arranging pictures on a wall and there are a LOT of them. Thanks!

    xoxo
    Alicia B.

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