5 Alternative Ways To Create A Gallery Wall

By Cleshawn Montague

Incorporating a gallery wall in your space is a great way to make a stylish statement. Forget normative home-decor "rules," and try one of these alternative methods to display your favorite art.


1. Asymmetrical

Gather your favorite pieces and place them at random, eyeballing their placement instead of measuring out precisely where to put each piece.

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2. Minimalist

Who says a gallery wall has to include loads of pictures? Break the rules by having a grouping of only 2-3 pieces for a minimalist inspired gallery wall. 

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3. Suspended

Have some extra string lying around? This option is great for when you want to limit the amount of holes you put in your wall. 

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4. 3-D

A gallery wall can include so much more than posters and canvases! Mix in other elements such as masks, mirrors, flora & fauna (and anything else that inspires you) to create depth.

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5. Leaning

Another alternative way to create a gallery wall is by not hanging your pictures at all! Just gather a few of your favorite pieces and lean them against any wall for a (stylish) less-put-together look.

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