We created a gallery wall! I have been wanting to do this project for a while, and finally pulled the trigger! I had put it off for a while, because it seemed like it would be a lot of work. And I just imagining my husband taking hours to do it and then each picture frame end up looking crooked. haha! So I just held off to spare us both.
I also, wanted to find the what frames. I didn’t want a huge gallery wall, because I didn’t feel like it would fit our space. I partnered with Framebridge to create a super simple gallery wall that was really quick and painless. When I tell you the entire process was so EASY! It had me really wondering why was I making this harder than what it is.
I wanted to share the process, because if you are like me doing a gallery wall was foreign. I have seen it but didn’t know how to pull it off where it was leveled.
I chose the Mini-Grid but there are so many options to choose from.
Here’s is how I did it to help you when you go through the process:
Guys, when I tell you this was one of the easiest projects to date. It took under 30 minutes.
**Quick note: I wish my images looked more cohesive. I think when ordering again I will either choose black and white OR have each picture coordinate. The images I currently have in there I do not feel look cohesive. I would definitely recommend putting images in the frames that are from 1 photoshoot look OR doing black and white.
The mini-grid is not their largest frame lay-out. I think in our next home I want to have a floor to ceiling gallery wall!
I hope this helps give you some motivation to do this project if it had been on your to-do list! Very pleased that I did it.