Portrait & Gallery Walls: All You Need to Know! @craftgossip

Have you been dying to create a portrait wall with your family photos or other art and just don’t know where to start? A must read is this great guide that includes tips for creating the Framed Portrait Wall that’s just right for you.

If you need a little more inspiration to get you started, check out these fabulous portrait walls for ideas:

  1. The House of Smiths has a gorgeous grouping above a high shelf, keeping the photo gallery separated from the rest of the wall. Combined with subway art and specific colors in her photographs it truly makes a beautiful statement.
  2. It’s Two AM shares how the use of several colors and small snapshots can make for a bold and lively statement on the wall.
  3. Crafts by Amanda shows you how to decoupage your family photos onto distressed wood for a great rustic display.
  4. My Home Ideas shares a symmetrical display of snapshots on wood planks.
  5. Tatertots and Jello shared her bright and cheerful gallery wall, complete with unusual shaped frames that really stand out.
  6. Laura Brett Photography shares a beautiful grouping of photos stretched on canvas.

Here are more tips and ideas you may find helpful:

By Amanda Formaro




Comments

3 Comments so far

  1. TidyMom on March 3, 2013 8:54 am

    many of my favorites in that list!! Thanks for this post, I’m working on my family room makeover and haven’t decided how I want to put my gallery wall back together.

  2. Lana @ Never Enough Thyme on March 4, 2013 9:03 am

    Really good resources, Amanda! I’ve found it difficult to plan a gallery layout and these will be very helpful in finally getting that project finished!

  3. Diane on January 2, 2014 12:45 am

    Great ideas. I have so many family photos that I need to hang.
    Thanks!
    Diane @ http://www.michiganfamilytrails.com

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