22 Wall Art Ideas You’ll Want To Steal Immediately

Today is the day you finally make that gallery wall.

image
Courtesy of Dorsey Designs

From gallery walls to DIY pieces to framing your accessories (just go with it), we've got plenty of wall art inspo to spark your creativity.

1 of 22
CB Vinyl Record Art
CB Vinyl Record Art
Give Scratched Vinyls A Second Life.

upcycles wrecked records into works of art. Find the design that fits your vibe, and hang it solo, or as a triptych, for walls that make people stop and stare.

Record art, starting at $58.50; CB Vinyl Record Art

2 of 22
image
Courtesy of Dorsey Designs
Tropical Wall Prints

For a coastal vibe, frame banana leaves.

See more at .

3 of 22
image
Courtesy of Dorsey Designs
Wood Veneer Wall Art

This DIY wooden wall art adds a rustic touch to your space.

See more at .

4 of 22
image
Courtesy of Dorsey Designs
Starburst Wall Art

Who says it has to be framed to be art?

See more at .

5 of 22
image
Courtesy of Sugar & Cloth
One Large Piece

Talk about statement-making.

See more at .

6 of 22
image
Courtesy of Dorsey Designs
Framed Scarf

This boho hack saves you serious money on a statement piece, and you probably already have a few in your closet.

See more at .

7 of 22
<p>A gallery wall in the living room showcases some of Alessandro Uzielli's photography collection. Coffee table, Vaughan. Side table, Minton-Spidell. The striped chair is a Paris flea market find.</p>
Victoria Pearson
Juxtaposed Photography

A gallery wall adds an eclectic feel to an otherwise more traditional living room.

8 of 22
image
David A. Land
Large Groupings

If you have a lot of wall space to fill, group small pieces together.

9 of 22
image
Roland Bello
Modern Art

Abstract artwork is a must in any modern home.

10 of 22
image
Eric Piasecki
Red Backdrop

Match your wall color to your artwork for a bolder impact.

11 of 22
image
Francesco Lagnese
Rustic

To match farmhouse decor, rustic, nature-inspired prints are an obvious win.

12 of 22
image
Paul Raeside
Black & White

Black & white prints and frames make family photos feel a little more sophisticated.

13 of 22
image
Bjorn Wallander
White Backdrop

If you have a lot of busy artwork or a gallery wall, a white backdropis key.

14 of 22
image
Simon Watson
Salon-Style

A dramatic gallery wall filled with classic European paintings is très, très chic, no?

15 of 22
image
Michel Arnaud
Natural Themes

Mounted butterflies, drawings, and historic artwork on a deep black backdrop create a moody office space.

16 of 22
image
Bold Patterns

If your space is more neutral, add a bold pattern like zebra stripes.

17 of 22
image
Jonny Valiant
Vivid & Bright

Use bright accents, geometric artwork, and colorful paintings to create a vivid and dynamic gallery wall..

18 of 22
image
Maura McEvoy
Minimalism

You can still have a gallery wall if you're lacking in space—just choose a few bright, bold pieces that will make more of an impact.

19 of 22
DiRuggeiro Residence designed by Michael Aiddus
George Ross
Silhouettes

Hang silhouettes in mismatched frames to keep them from feeling too dated and stuffy.

20 of 22
image
Miki Duisterhof
Monochromatic

Monochramatic wall art creates a sleek, sophisticated vibe.

21 of 22
image
Duston Saylor
Small Pockets

Borders in your wall naturally lend themselves to mini gallery walls.

22 of 22
image
Thomas Loof
Maps

If you're a traveler, consider framing maps instead of prints or paintings.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From Design Inspiration
http://danabol-in.com

http://www.baden-medservice.com

www.avtomaticheskij-poliv.kiev.ua