Gallery walls look great and they’re a quick way to update a room that needs a bit of life or to change the look for a new season.
Gallery walls can be made up of art in frames or frame-less art taped to the wall. The art can be hung up in an organised manner or in an eclectic, random manner. But it doesn’t stop at art. In a kid’s room, you can use toys, decorations, clothes and lots more to make your wall unique to your kid. There are so many ways to create an interesting gallery wall, it just depends on your personality and style.
We’re loving the eclectic mix of prints seen in the room above. There’s a mix of modern and vintage-inspired art, all placed in old frames.The addition of the unexpected deer decoration finishes off this wall with charm and personality. The result is a gallery wall filled with lots of interesting stuff to look at.
Here are some more fun ways to create a gallery wall in your kid’s room:
If you prefer a more streamlined look, a gallery wall like the one above is the one for you. The key is to pick prints that are similar in style and in colour tones. All the prints above are very similar to the type of art and the colours are in similar tones too. This creates a stylish and interesting look.
For a playful and very creative take on a gallery wall, you don’t need any art at all. Instead, we love how they’ve used just the frame and placed some little toys that act as 3D art. And the addition of other toys, clothes, and decorations adds to the charm of this very fun wall.
Kids create a ton of art so why not turn their art into their very own art gallery? We’re loving the informality of simply taping all the art to the wall and also we love how the whole wall is covered. So fun and colourful. The mix of the child’s art and shop bought art, works really well too. This kind of gallery wall is so personal and can be changed up in minutes, as often as you like.
Sometimes, less is more. And if that’s your style, one over-sized print can make a big impact too. It creates a focal point in the room and is perfect for the more minimalist type of decor like in the room above.
Whats your favourite kind of gallery wall?
Nomita Vaish-Taylor is the founder and editor of Your DIY Family – Nomita shares DIY and design ideas for families who wants to get more creative quickly. You’ll find lots of fun ideas on her blog and you can also say hi to her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest.