Tell your story with your decor

Gallery Walls are a fun way to fill a large expanse of wall without having to pick just one piece to feature.

Choose the pieces of means most to you. There is no right way to curate one, but here are some tips to get you started.

  • Choose the Location

    Pick a wall, nook, or space

    above furniture

  • Select a Palette

    Select a theme for color, material, shapes, or texture

  • Tell Your Story

    Start with something meaningful like vacations, hobbies, hometowns, pets, or wedding day

  • Frame & Hang

    Use nails, adhesive hooks, or shelving to display

  • A diagram of a gallery wall

    Start with the largest pieces you want to feature and work though filling in with smaller pieces.

    Add a shelf you can trade out seasonal or other small décor.

    Have one frame for a seasonal piece to keep mixing it up through the year.

    Update a family photo every year.

    Other items to include: vacation postcards, vacation photos, family portraits, keepsake or heirloom knickknacks, heirloom picture frames, the possibilities are endless.

  • A classic gallery wall layout example


    Matching frames of a  single color in different sizes  clustered to mix and match but align.

  • A museum artwork gallery wall layout example


    A museum-type layout with clean and simple matching frames and oversized mats.

  • A gallery wall layout example


    Align frames of the same color around a single horizontal spine through the entire gallery.

  • A gallery wall layout example


    A grouping of various sizes and possibly colors aligned on a long shelf.



playbills, favorite photos, poloroids, keychains, clocks, concert tickets


wedding day, new baby, places you’ve lived, family photos, graduations

Bucket List

national parks, vacation destinations, activities (surfing, sky diving, sailing)


items of a color, the beach, pets, hometown swag