do it yourself
Jennifer Howard | Cottage on Bunker Hill
There was a small gallery wall behind the sectional but I wanted to create something larger and a little more dramatic on this large wall space.
Find the Artwork: My #1 tip is to find public-domain artwork that is free to download. I Search the collections on larger museum websites. (The National Gallery of Art for example). If you don't feel like searching you can get a set of digital prints for about $10 on Etsy. There are free downloads on my site of some of the artwork that I use.
Don’t be afraid to mix and match frames It can add character and interest to your gallery wall. I used what I already had. Thrift stores are great places to look too.
I used a graphic design app (Canva) and made a mockup of the frames and dropped in artwork until I liked how it looked.
Where to Print
If you are a Costco member they had the best prices on printing out the larger sizes. (online). All of my prints cost around $85.
Then it was time to hang all the prints up. I also removed the glass from the frames to keep a more vintage art look.
The gallery wall changed the feel of the living room so much!