Family Room Gallery Wall.

Almost immediately after moving into the yellow house I discovered I was expecting. I tried to get as much done before the dreaded nausea set in but little was accomplished. I was feeling awful! One project that was put on the back burner was a simple gallery wall in the family room. Happily, the past two weeks the "nesting phase" has kicked in and I finally feel like tackling my to do list. 





To create the gallery wall Ryan and I used frames + things we brought with us from the cozy brick house. The one new piece we incorporated was the pretty canvas. The image was captured by the incredibly talented Ryan from You Look Nice Today Photography during our family session a couple of years ago. It's a shot of the grape orchard and house that was once occupied by Grandma and Grandpa Mathews. It's very sentimental and we love it. I was contacted by Photo-Canvas a while back wondering if I would be interested in reviewing their product and knew almost immediately this image would be the one to use. I have to tell you, Photo-Canvas was wonderful to work with. The site was easy to navigate, the canvas arrived quickly, in perfect condition and the service was exceptionally friendly. I also really love that the canvas feels like real canvas material- not at all plastic-y like some canvases I've seen.

We left the configuration of the arrangement open so we can add more favorite images and things as the years go on. I plan to add some sweet baby shots to that right side very soon.

Resources:
- frames mostly from Target
-"M" was a TJ Maxx find years ago
-temple print from The Flying Jib
-paint color is Gray Owl from Benjamin Moore
-sofa is the Karlstad in Isunda Gray from IKEA

9 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to do something like this, thanks for the inspiration. I like the black and white frames together, I hadn't thought about mixing frame colors. It is really nice!

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  2. I adore the composition of this gallery wall - especially the canvas print, it Britons it up and adds a wonderful texture.

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  3. This is beautiful! I love the composition, colors, everything.

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  4. I love the simplicity of your arrangement! It looks really nice :)

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  5. I finally put up a gallery wall last night and I'm not super happy with it. I love how you used different colored frames and different textures on your wall! I need to pull a few more pieces together I think. Thanks for the inspiration!

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