Gallery wall collages are super popular right now. And we thought there was a good chance you might have unwrapped some pieces that could be incorporated into one. They can be a little unnerving to hang, but we promise you'll love them once you do.
The great thing about a gallery wall collage is that there isn't a real order to where the pieces are hung. No need for a perfect line or spacing a certain number of inches apart and what's not to love about the freedom in that.
These gallery wall ideas include ideas on what to hang on your wall as well as inspiration for different styles.
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GALLERY WALL IDEAS
We loved featuring our Instagram friends in our tiered tray holiday post. And we couldn't resist featuring what they have again! They are super talented when it comes to decorating their homes. Come see what their gallery wall collages look like.
Staircase Gallery Wall
Kaley's gallery wall is up her stairwell. She uses corbels, a chalkboard, a mirror, clock and so many other great Farmhouse pieces. Old window frames are gems to use in a collage!
Nursery Gallery Wall
This room is every little boys dream. It's masculine yet age appropriate. Lauren did an amazing job designing this gallery wall. The use of different textures is so aesthetically pleasing. With a wolf and bear iron heads and the wooden arrows.
Entryway Gallery Wall
Using a collage in a foyer is a great way to welcome visitors. Monograms are popular items to use. This rustic vintage bench is a perfect place to accent with such a collage above it.
Living Room Gallery Wall
Nicole displays her gallery wall in her kitchen above her coffee nook. There are so many naturals and then she accents it with pops of teals. Each piece has it's own personality and has a story to tell. So grateful she took the leap and shared it with us.
Home Office Gallery Wall
The boho aztec look on this gallery wall is chic! From the cactus wood piece and other succulent art, to the bohemian framed pieces, what's not to love? Macrame is a great way to incorporate some handmade cotton items.
Bedroom Gallery Wall
Lindsay's farmhouse collage is so rustic. We love the different shape and sizes she chose for her initials. The piece that reads, “Enjoy the little things,” is a great reminder to enjoy precious moments with family. Time is fleeting.
While some stick to iron and wood, Kristie adds a flare with galvanized metal. Her buckets and initial bring a rustic feel to her gallery wall and she still incorporates kisses of wooden chevron pieces and other great signs.
We didn't want to leave you with great ideas without giving you help in hanging your pieces. So, here is the link to a post we did back in June on The Art of Hanging Art. In it are hints on choosing the right pieces and tips on laying them out before committing to the spot they will reside on the wall.
Shelf Gallery Wall
Have you collected something and been trying to find a special way to display that collection? Check out this clock collection from The Pickled Rose. Different shapes, different sizes and different colors all pull this gallery collage together in a great way.
We hope you feel inspired to hang your gallery wall. If you'd like to add a few pieces to what you already have collected before hanging yours, our Holiday Gift Guide had many great pieces to add a pop!
Also, check out my post about beautiful free printable home decor. Let us know how your gallery wall turns out!