Today, Contemporary Lighting Blog will give you the full guide of how to get the perfect Instagrammable Gallery Wall!
If you’re an instagram user, we’re sure that you’ve seen several retro décors with galleries wall, however can’t do the same! We need to be honest: most home décors are easy, but to put together a cohesive thrifted of pieces is a hard task! “They require you to act as a curator, a composer, and an executor at the same damn time. It’s not enough to amass a collection of incredible art; you have to figure out how to arrange that art—and then you have to precisely execute your plan, as you meticulously nail piece after piece into the wall”.
Are you ready to take this challenge?
1) Choose a Focal Point
The best trick to start a gallery wall is to pick a focus point and build the rest around it. Choose a specific type of art and add a few boards with related themes.
2) Say Goodbye to White Space
That empty space between your windows or even the corner of your living room would look much better adorned with art, plants and exquisite lighting pieces, don’t you think? Remember that gallery walls don’t have to be expansive to make an impact!
3) Add Texture and Delight(FULL)
Like said before, you gallery wall doesn’t necessarily have only works of art. Add mirrors, plants and beautiful lighting pieces!
Nancy wall lamp would be the right choice for your gallery wall, because it would create an interesting ‘museum look’! Nancy wall lamp is handmade in brass and aluminum, and it has a pull chain, typical from the fifties, that will add a fun retro look to your gallery wall!
4) Go Floor to Ceiling
“Cover an entire room with art—or at least, cover an entire wall with it. Your gallery wall can get as tall and wide as you want it to, so don’t limit yourself to smaller formats if you don’t want to”.
5) Mix and Match With Ease
When you decide the theme, choose different types of arts and also frames!
6) Sometimes Less Is More
Sometime less is definitely more! If you’re a fan of symmetry, this is the right way to go!
7) Make it Minimalist
“Though this gallery wall is made up of all kinds of styles of art, it still feels decidedly minimalist. That’s because this decorator has made the most of white space (and those sleek, pared-down frames don’t hurt, either)”, My Domaine.
We hope you liked our article about The Instagrammer’s Guide To Having The Perfect Gallery Wall!!
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