Family Room Gallery Wall

Woo hoo, y’all!  It’s up — I spent a good chunk of yesterday working on my gallery wall and I have to say, I’m so pleased with the results.  Yesterday I shared some inspiration pics and this one from Love Grows Wild stood out in particular…

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Maybe because our sofas are similar in style and color, and our wall color is close as well, but I just loved this look.

Let’s just take a look back so we have a sense of the difference…

sofa wall

Then after I painted my walls earlier this summer…

gallery wall coming

And now…

gallery wall cover

Now, true confessions — I have two more things to add, but they are DIYs in process.

gallery wall

I love the way this came together… it will become a little more eclectic once those final pieces are added.

gallery wall right

The map of the South is from Decor Steals — it’s been a mobile piece since I got it a while back. I blogged about it HERE.  The Faceless Angel was a purchase in Montgomery a couple of years ago.  The Georgia typography map is Jane.com.

gallery wall left

burlap M

This was a 5 second DIY… burlap canvas, black craft paint, and a stencil.  Literally — 5 seconds.  Love the texture it adds.

watercolor initial DIY

Remember my DIY watercolor initial?  Finally has a home.  I altered the metallic frame by adding some black craft paint.  Now it ties in to the other frames.  Click HERE for the tutorial.

gallery wall angle

There’s a little furniture rearranging going on, too, but I haven’t quite landed on what I want.  May be some thifting and painting happening once I’m more mobile.

Let’s hear it for progress!  Now I’m off to clean and prep for house guests… enjoy your day!

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  1. looks great and i love that it is meaningful!
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  2. It looks great, Heidi! Can’t wait to see what you add!
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  3. Great job Heidi…I love how you chose the items for your gallery that were so meaningful to you…Looks beautiful over your pretty sofa!!
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