Nobody wants to stare at a blank wall all day long, which is why wall décor is such a crucial step in the decorating process. And once you start brainstorming, the rest is easy. From gallery walls to DIY pieces like framing your accessories and large-scale photography, we've got plenty of wall art ideas to spark your creativity. Read through to see which wall décor ideas and photo galleries you'd like to recreate at home.
Take your gallery wall to the next level by making it a gallery of antique hand mirrors. Clustered together like this, these simple, eclectic hand mirrors function as art.
If you have a lot of wall space to fill, group small pieces together. To create an interesting pattern or to give it some shape, trace a piece of furniture that's against the wall with the collection of frames.
With two gilt mirrors stacked against each other, this room gives fun house a whole new meaning. Though it's simple and easy to do, it makes a big style statement.
Large-scale line drawings are so simple and you can style them with just about anything. Since they're abstract and neutral color-wise, opt for a large scale to make a bigger impact.
For double the artwork, try color-blocking the wall you plan to display your photo gallery on.
Why hang a print of a plant when you can hang the actual plant? We love how this one introduces more dimension and carries the botanical theme into the space in a much more tactile way.
For a bold, eye-catching bathroom, opt for one large piece in the center of the back wall. A moody black and white photograph will give a neutral bathroom much more personality.
No room is too small for artwork. In fact, sometimes small spaces are the perfect places to display things on the walls since vertical space is all you have to show off your style. We love the eclectic artwork against the baby pink walls of this powder room.
The whimsy of butterfly and botanical motif wallpaper gets a newfound edge from the graphic gallery wall art.
Create a small gallery of framed photographs on one wall and opt for a large wall hanging on another.
For a effortlessly cool and easy elegance, lean your artwork against the wall. Not only will it save you the headache of installation, but it also gives the space a unique feel.
The more unique, the bigger the statement when it comes to wall décor and art. A good way to to switch things up a little is by choosing artwork that doesn't live within the confined borders or a rectangular or square frame.
If you have a collection of items that can be hung up, turn it into artwork by putting it on display in a cluster. It's a fun, stylish, and affordable way to give new life to things you already have.
This pair of framed lithographs are perfect for this smaller hallway canvas. When choosing your artwork, don't forget to consider shape and size. Two tall and narrow pieces can be better than one large piece, especially if you want the wallpaper in the back to peek out more.
Mounted butterflies, drawings, and historic artwork on a deep black backdrop create a moody office space.
Those rich, moody abstract paintings breathe so much personality into this space, yet they're an unexpected addition. Against the modern periwinkle, rustic console table, and graphic carpet, they both pop and blend in.
Hang silhouettes in mismatched frames to keep them from feeling too dated and stuffy. You could do the same thing with family photos, too, for a more personal touch.
If you're a traveler, consider framing maps instead of prints or paintings.
This DIY wooden wall art adds a rustic touch to your space.
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Borders in your wall naturally lend themselves to mini gallery walls.
Match your wall color to your artwork for a bolder impact. For example, if the artwork in your gallery is dominated by red, choose a softer shade of red and paint your walls in it.
This boho hack saves you serious money on a statement piece, and you probably already have a few in your closet.