The “gallery wall” or “salon wall” is the ever-elusive design feature that leaves us all wondering,

“Can I really do that?”

We’re here to tell you: Yes, you can. But it is a daunting task, no doubt, taking cohesive styling, size, and layout into consideration. Here you’ll find 3 rooms with 3 gallery wall options each. That’s 9 walls at your fingertips.

Best part? Every wall is made with 100% original works of art and is shoppable right here right now.

Work, done. 

Room 1: Grayscale

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Wall Style #1

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  1. Love Matador 11 by Ziui Chen (see it here)
  2. Foggy Morning by elizabeth Tucker, 10.5×8.5. (see it here)
  3. Flowers and Tools by Heather Royal, 9×12, $200. (see it here)
  4. Golden Matador by Ziui Chen, 11×15, $200. (see it here)
  5. Happy to be together by Ziui Chen (see it here)

Wall Style #2

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  1. Grove by Rachael Lamb, 18 x 24, $500 (see it here)
  2. Desert Yuccas by Rachael Lamb, 26 x 30, $500 (see it here)
  3. Old Sonoita Highway by Rachael Lamb, 20 x 24, $500 (see it here)

Wall Style #3

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  1. Heavy Hearted by Meredith B., 20 x 20, $300 (see it here)
  2. Lost in Translation by Meredith B, 20 x 20, $300 (see it here)

 

Room 2: Eclectic

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Wall Style #1

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  1. Red Green Cityscape by Elaina Posey, 10 x 10, $100 (see it here)
  2. I See You Sedona by Ariel Kohn, 10 x 12, $200 (see it here)
  3. Sailboat Strata by Melissa Davies 12 x 12 $200 (see it here)
  4. Fall in Upstate New York b Ilya Lerner 8 x 10 (see it here)
  5. Lulu (Young Lords Party Series) 9 x 12, $500 (see it here)
  6. Deux Hommes by Denise Souza Finney, 8 x 14, $200 (see it here)

Wall Style #2

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  1. One Sunless Afternoon in April by Dilcia Giron, 14 x 18, $300 (see it here)
  2. Connection by Dina Volkova, 12 x 12, $300 (see it here)
  3. Untitled Blue (no. 8) by Charles E. McNeal, 12 x 12, $100 (see it here)

Wall Style #3

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SHOP THE WALL (all pieces)

  1. @markweinbergnyc 5/5/2013 by Jessica Rae Ecker, 8 x 8, $100 (see it here)
  2. Moving Forward by Judy Jacobs, 6 x 6, $100 (see it here)
  3. Night Upon the City by Natikart, 8 x 10, $300 (see it here)
  4. Coliseum I by Gabriela Horikawa, 12 x 16, $300 (see it here)

Room 3: Modern-Industrial

Wall Style #1

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  1. The Truth: James Dean by John Lannom, 36 x 48, $2400 (see it here)
  2. Union Machine by Deanna Fainelli, 41 x 31, $2000 (see it here)
  3. Imitation of Love by Vakseen, 12 x 12, $500 (see it here)
  4. Paleta by Matt Johnson, 24 x 48, $1500 (see it here)
  5. COCACOLA by Ah-young Jeon, 8 x 10, $800 (see it here)
  6. White car by Ah-young Jeon, 8 x 10, $800 (see it here)
  7. Toshiba 80s Boombox by Wyatt McDill, 24 x 18 $400 (see it here)
  8. Vintage Red Royal Typewriter by Wyatt McDill, 24 x 18, $400 (see it here)
  9. Los Angeles Skyline in Teal by Amy Smith, 24 x 18 (see it here)
  10. Wandering Before Noon 10 by Jennifer Small, 16 x 22 (see it here)

Wall Style #2

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  1. The Mighty I – oxidized copper by Antti Eklund, 18 x 24, $300 (see it here)
  2. The Big O – oxidized copper by Antti Eklund, 30 x 40, $800 (see it here)
  3. The Big I – oxidized copper by Antti Eklund, 30 x 40, $800 (see it here)
  4. The Might O – oxidized copper by Antti Eklund, 18 x 24, $300 (see it here)

Wall Style #3

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  1. Not Shibori by Linda Freuh, 24 x 24, $1500 (see it here)
  2. Order + Chaoz by Jeffrey Tover, 12 x 12, $400 (see it here)
  3. Streams No. 15 by Alexander Eulert, 24 x 36, $1500 (see it here)
  4. Overpass by Alden Phelps, 12 x 12, $300 (see it here)
  5. Brain Primer by David Francis, 48 x 48, $2,400 (see it here)
  6. #urbanvacation by Michael Roller, 24 x 24, $500 (see it here)
  7. Abstract Seascape II by Joy Pesaturo, 12 x 12, $200 (see it here)

 

Ready for your gallery wall?

Here are a few helpful tips to keep in mind:

  • If you’re looking to save a little cash, try to incorporate pieces you already have, or family photos. Black and white photos mix well with a grayscale wall.
  • Map out your spacing. Use paper cut outs and tape to see where you want to hang your pieces before you start hammering away.
  • Distribute your sized. Different size artwork creates balance and keeps a gallery wall from feeling overwhelming on the eyes.
  • Need a little help? Message an art advisor in the app for some guidance.

 

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