The Best Insta-Worthy Gallery Wall Ideas
There are so many reasons why we love a gallery wall. And one of them is that no gallery wall is ever the same! From clever display ideas, creative colour schemes and the endless diversity and possibility - it’s the perfect way to spruce up a blank space and add some personality to your walls. Find a layout that works for you, play around with colour and style, and add an instant refresh to your space. Simples. Plus, it’s impossible to get tired of something that’s made to be mixed and matched, so there’s always something new to look at.
So with endless styles to choose from, we’ve round up some of our favourite insta-worthy gallery walls for you to take inspiration from when it comes to styling yours.
@merry_pippin_home has a beautiful way of displaying her prints to add character to her home. Her style is chic and colourful, and her choice of prints look like they were made for her walls.
@nest_ twenty_eight shows us how to perfectly inject some personality into our walls. Not only is her gallery wall well laid out so she can see all her favourite prints in one place, but the bright colours and bold text add visual interest.
Gain some interior inspiration from Lisa’s well put together gallery wall. With art nestled in every pocket, each carefully curated piece brings the whole space together in harmony.
If you love bright and modern interiors, you’ll love this gallery wall from @_lisa_dawson_. She’s created the perfect space to show off her favourite things - from her favourite artwork to those stunning glass bottles lining the windowsill.
We can’t get enough of this lovely assortment of prints! @eclectichunkydoryhome has pulled together all the prints that make her happy to bring her living room to life.
We love @designermumetc’s cohesive look, with pops of blue and yellow throughout to bring the room’s colour palette together. This homely, happy and creative space is the perfect example of interiors done right.
We love how Mo has mixed and matched materials and colours in his gallery wall. It’s a look that anyone with a staircase can recreate to bring some character to their hallway.
A unique gallery wall is a brilliant way to fill up the wide open space above a bed, and Carla has nailed it with her mixture of prints. Her collection of much-loved artwork takes pride of place as the first thing she wakes up to in the morning.
This home office from @homewithhelenandco proves just how beautiful a well-planned gallery wall can look. Here, she’s grouped together prints of a similar style and colour, creating a gorgeous, foliage-filled display.
This fun layout from @sophiecsophiedo puts a unique spin on the classic gallery wall, pairing bright bold prints with cohesive sizing to create a colourful canvas filled with character.
While a gallery wall is traditionally thought of as a collection of prints, @patirobins proves us all wrong with this dark and eclectic display. She’s not only filled it with prints, but all the wall decor she fancies, creating a mixed media look that’s filled with depth and personality.
If your walls lack colour, prints with colourful accents can really brighten up a room. And @ourgreyhaven has nailed it using black frames to add definition to a lighter coloured wall.
@littlebigbell’s white walls are the perfect canvas for a charming, pastel-coloured display. Proof that a well thought out gallery wall could completely transform a room in just a couple of hours.
@edwardiansemi has created a fun gallery wall to come home to every day. Notice how she’s used varying tones of black, pink and white to tie the space together to create an enviable entrance. (Anyone else love a black radiator as much as we do? 😍)
This look from @peachesinterior ties together all of our favourite things; cocktails, prints and interiors. Her chosen wall is covered top to bottom for a statement gallery that’s packed with personality.
This design from @inside.number.twelve proves that a darker interior is the perfect backdrop for a gallery wall. Paired with that neon light, patterned wallpaper and texture, this whole space is filled with dramatic charm.
@awholenewbuild shows us that focusing on a mix of small and medium sized frames is the best way to create a gallery wall if you’re working with less space. We love how she has a common theme throughout to welcome people as they come into her home.
We can’t get enough of this landing shot from @lissylalaland.at.home. She’s created a uniform gallery wall with prints that really make the space pop.
Your gallery wall doesn’t need to be confined to one wall, and @casacocointhecotswolds is on a mission to prove it. One of our favourite things about this gallery wall is that all of the prints are in neutral tones. Not only is it calming to look at, but it’s a great way to decorate a corner that needs a little something extra!
If you’re a monochrome lover, this gallery wall from @wonen_bij_chantal is great black and white inspiration. It’s modern, bold, and we love how they’ve weaved their TV into the display!
Just because it’s a gallery wall doesn’t mean you can’t weave in some texture at the same time. @nudeandthenovice’s gallery wall adds so much character to her living room, and the range of textures she’s used really tie it all together.
This eye-catching gallery wall isn’t for the shy home decorator. @livingat98 has created a focal point in the room with her bold, bright sofa and has tied these colours into her gallery wall pieces - one of which is our sunrise print, shining brightly in the centre!
We simply can’t get enough of @doesmybumlook40’s dining space. And with so many sizes of frames to choose from, it’s easy to update the look anytime she pleases.
This gallery wall from @emmajanepalin is a great way to fill a large wall behind a TV. The long shelving below acts as a great base for creating a striking display on the wall above.
A mixture of pastel pinks and bold blacks, this wonderful gallery wall from @coral.atkinson feels vibrant, fresh and filled with character.
In our humble opinion, @atnumbersixtyeight has reached pro level at creating gallery walls. She proves that colour is key, and isn’t afraid to take risks when it comes to her interiors, experimenting with pattern and texture.
No matter how much space you have, every room has walls that can be covered from floor to ceiling in your favourite artwork, which @mindy_schroor has expertly demonstrated. And if you run out of wall space? Decorate the ceiling too!
Who says a gallery wall needs to be filled with colour? Go for a classic look like @e.t.shown_home and opt for a strictly black and white palette, complemented with pops of greenery.
This quirky gallery wall idea from @merry_pippin_home plays with only 6 frames, but creates a gallery wall good enough to leave a lasting impression.
There's just something about a gallery wall in a corner that instantly brightens our mood. Like this one from @charliprangley who’s chosen fun prints to enhance her white walls.
The top of the staircase is really one of the most perfect places for a gallery wall. And @tiny_victorian_home has chosen prints with colours that play off one another perfectly for hers. Our Dawn print, the newest addition to her collection, was the perfect piece to tie it all together!
@mamofboys proves that a gallery wall can add endless interest to a room. Pair that with pops of monochrome and a mixture of patterns and you have a match made in interior heaven.