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Group similar images to add a graphic punch to a wall. Behind a sofa, hang in a tight grid just shy of the length of the sofa with equal space between the top of the sofa and bottom of the crown molding.

I like the mix of wood, white, and whitewashed frames. I also like the mix of black/white and muted color photos... Not on a white wall though!

great use of making the light the central focus. fatshackvintage.com.au + www.facebook.com/...

just one see-through piece can entirely reshape a room by giving it a more spacious and less cluttered feel

A new take on a gallery wall (via Holly Elkins Elkins Elkins Becker)

{décor inspiration | at the office : the perfect gallery wall} by {this is glamorous}, via Flickr

Love all the bright colors mixed with antique B photos in this cluster wall display. :: designer: Liza Giles via decor8's flickr

wall full of art by the style files, via Flickr

photo wall inspiration by the style files, via Flickr

I have something exactly like the green stitching shown, I should frame it and hang it up.

Paint letters/words as normal, then cut out along the configuration of your choice, hanging them to allow space between the "frames" and broken words.