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5 Gallery Wall Design Ideas that You Can Do

Liven up your walls at home by creating your own personal gallery. Let these ideas inspire you

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If you have a plain white wall at home, you can use this space to showcase family photos and your favorite prints. A gallery can instantly liven up this part of the home. While you can easily hang frames, you can make it even more creative by choosing a style that you can follow.

Here are five styles that you may want to consider when it comes to decorating with photos and frames.

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Source: The Art Mint |  Photo by One Kings Lane via domainehome.com.

Geometric

If you want to keep a neat look, you may hang frames with the same size and color to create a minimalist geometric arrangement. The geometric style keeps things organized and cohesive.

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Eccentric

If you prefer something unique and fun, try mixing and matching different photo frames and 3D art décor. This works well especially if you have pieces with different designs and textures. 

Photo by One Kings Lane via domainehome.com.

Minimalist

If you're not too keen on having different prints on display, you may choose to showcase one bold piece to create a minimalist look. You may hang it in the living room or foyer to serve as an accent to the space.   

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Casual

The casual style combines hanging picture frames and prints on the table. Make this look work by adding a console by the foyer or one side of the living area. Stick to a color palette and go for simple frames so that attention will be on the prints and photos. 

Photo from blog.framedandmatted.com

Bohemian

The Bohemian style is all about showcasing your free spirit. It is easy to achieve because there is no certain formula to perfect this look! Just mix different sizes of frames together and position it at eye level. 

Learn more about the Bohemian style here.

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