Samantha Pynn (Image source no longer available) shows how awesome floating shelves can be for your gallery. Another perk of the floating shelves is that you can switch out the art easily and also add other decor pieces to your gallery like plants, candles and vases.
Travel Gallery Wall
If you love traveling, take all those pictures from your travels and give this tip from Post Cards from Rachel a try.
Use A Variety of
Dream Book Designshows us how beautiful your wall gallery can turn out by using multiple frames to create one piece. Also, how different types of frames can come together quite nicely.
Develop A Palette
HGTVgives a perfect example of how using wall art with a similar color palette is a great way to bring your space together.
Use Vintage and Thrifted Mirrors
Whether the entire gallery of partcial, this picture shows how mirrors not only look great but help brighten up your space as well.
Hang Smaller Pieces of Artwork Together
If you have a large wall and don’t want one huge piece of artwork- Use this idea by designer Libby Langdo.
Multi Sized Frames With Black and White Photos
This is an awesome design by designer Nina Farmer. If you want to add some uniformity to multiple events or periods in time black and white photos are a great way to accomplish that!
Gallery Showcasing Kids Art
Good Housekeeping shows how your kids art can become surprising chic when added to a the right frame.
Put Your Wall Gallery in An Unexpected Place
The Fashion Medleyshows use that put your gallery in uncommon places is a great way to transform your space. Why not put your art gallery above the tub or in the laundry room or even in your master closet.