Thursday, August 20, 2015

Another Awesome Gallery Wall

You know, there is something about watching a gallery wall come together.  I just love how they evolve from one small idea. I am a fan of adding items other than pictures also. I think it makes it so much more interesting to look at.  I usually start on the floor, that is where all the layout happens.

The "LOVE" was purchased at Rod Works. It was just galvanized steal so we painted it turquoise for more color.  The black frames were all from Hobby Lobby and the cute red ones are from Rod Works.  The board is the fun part I love.  I got the board at Home Depot already 1 x 4 x48.  Spray painted it white then sanded and rubbed stain on it. But the cute part are the clips, purchased at Office Max then spray painted turquoise, red, and brown.

Then it goes on the wall!
Oh how I wish I could stand back and get a good picture.  Grrrr!

Here is a break down of the sections...
These letters add the color and texture needed for interest. I love them!

This is on the left side of the "LOVE" and then another set of the same on the right side.  I just lay it out until it looks good to me.

Then the adorable handmade clip hanger.  It just adds so much and these pictures will be easy to change out.

Put all together it looks great.

  Such a fun wall to check out while you head down the hall.

How do you organize and hang your gallery walls?

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  1. Oh my, your gallery memory wall is awesome! I have a not so pretty one in the bedroom as I haven't any wall as yours. Loving the cute handmade clip hangers. You are so clever and talented too!
    Loved your visit, thanks a ton.
    Enjoy your new week.

  2. Beautiful! I love how everything is centered around love. It's like metaphorical!

  3. I've been working on my second gallery wall, which is taking forever (family photos vs art). I like what you did for yours.