We’re back home and I’m fully focused on our entryway renovation once again! I’ve been sourcing vintage rugs and artwork to wrap up the space, and the amount of gallery wall combinations I’ve sorted through and designed is astronomical at this point. If you’re also trying to cover a LOT of wall space or are just looking for some interesting art combinations, this post is for you. I’ve pulled together my favorite, designer approved gallery walls… along with some really beautiful layouts. These readymade options all have a gorgeous and custom look.
With silver leaf frames, these beautiful Greek gallery prints are the perfect size for filling negative wall space while providing interest. I love the navy contrast and the way they’re matted.
We have these hanging in our Tuesday Made office and they’re so lovely in person! They have gold leafing on the urns and come in really lovely traditional frames.
I thought this simplistic and classic charcoal gallery wall set would look timeless with any aesthetic. I also like that the subject matter and artwork size is the same, while the frames vary- that’s a great way to keep a gallery wall interesting!
The thick frame style and mat with tons of negative space provides such a balanced and interesting look for this gallery set!
I’ve loved this set since the day I created it. These oversized graphite landscape studies are available in my shop. They come with a gray mat and sleek black frame for a timeless look!
Etsy has some incredible gallery walls and artwork- this stunning set comes framed and is very affordable… especially for five pieces.
Here is another affordable, printable option… grab this entire gallery set for only $12! It’s another Etsy find, which would allow for complete customization.
If you’re looking for something more colorful or linear, I liked this gallery set from One Kings Lane.
There are many different sizes and variations of artwork within this set, so it would be another easy one to customize. You can buy each piece individually, as well!
These moody landscape paintings with deep green undertones is another $12 printable option from Etsy. I couldn’t believe it! They’re stunning and look great as a set.
Grid gallery walls continue to be one of my favorites. They’re always very organized, do a great job at anchoring a vignette, and feel very balanced. The soft color palette of this set also has a calming effect.
If you’re looking for a small gallery set, these classical horses come framed and ready-to-hang. Since they are a smaller size, they’re affordable, and would also look great stacked in a column.
You know I love an intaglio. This ornate set comes with a weighted mat, beaded inset detail, and gilded frames.
Butterflies are not my thing… I’m actually very scared of them (lepidopterophobia), BUT- I braved editing this image because I know many of you love them. If you’re looking to add more color to your home, this would be the perfect set.
This balanced fern gallery wall is the perfect monochromatic option that would easily blend with any aesthetic. I always enjoy a good botanical study.
In my opinion, gallery walls will never go out of style. They’re classic!
I think it depends on the situation and what the room calls for. In my home office, something more organic made sense, but in our basement media room– a grid with my vintage ski art felt perfect. It’s situational.
Looking for more posts on artwork or gallery walls? I’ve shared quite a few. Be sure to give the following a read if you missed them the first time around!
- Your Guide to Creating the Perfect Grid Gallery Wall
- Creating Your Own Photographic Art
- The Easiest Grid Gallery Wall
- Designer Trick : Artwork Installation
- My Favorite Sources for Digital / Printable Art
- Where to Find Vintage Ski Prints & Winter Artwork
- How to Hang Artwork in Front of Curtains
I hope you enjoyed this post, or at the very least- it helped you brainstorm some good gallery wall ideas for your home! I love a collection of art grouped & displayed together. It’s a beautiful way to cover wall real estate and fill negative space. I’m curious… do you have any gallery walls in your home?