Paula Rintala
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HOW TO: Building a Gallery Wall. 1. Choose larger pieces as anchors. 2. Choose a color scheme. 3. Play with scale - vary the size and orientation of the art. 4. Keep at least 1.5" - 3" between each piece. 5. Allow at least 6" between the couch and the first frame. 6. Use 2 to 3 styles of frames. 7. Use different mediums of art - photography, art prints, gift wrap, decorative objects, etc.

HOW TO: Building a Gallery Wall. Choose larger pieces as anchors. Choose a color scheme. Play with scale - vary the size and orientation of the art. Allow at least between the couch and the fir

Love picture walls like this! Especially up a staircase:) reminds me of my grandparents' house:):)

Love a whole wall filled with pictures next to the stair case. At my next residence all the picture and frames at the top of the stairs will be moved to the staircase (assuming we will have one)

Group art and photos in colored frames on wall between kitchen and master, or within master bedroom. Make items differ from other photo wall in hallway.

Travel Wall - Buy a map or postcard from each place you visit and frame it. hallway it travel themed guest room. I love the different colored frames to match or contrast the map or postcard from each place.

Staircase family Tree Wall Decal

Feeling stumped about how to decorate that blank staircase wall? We have it covered with our Staircase Family Tree Wall Decal. This silhouette of a tree in bloom—with its many branches and birds, perc