Above a wabi-sabi-style bench, a gallery wall of small-scale art (tied together by the black frames) lies just inside the entry. Works radiate from the central spiral ink drawing by Raymond Pettibon. Photos by Nicole Lamotte via One Kings Lane
How to design your wall gallery display.do this first! Trace shape of frame onto paper. Figure out where you want to hang them. Nail the paper into the wall. Then when hanging print, tear paper out and nail is pre-hung in the right spot for you :)
This could be a great idea for converting my vintage school desk: Loving the energy of this light box/school desk. Makes it so much easier to see your art work, especially if you are drawing your designs on transparencies instead of using a printer.
Photo galleries can be used in both modern and vintage or eclectic styled rooms. There are frames to match any style space. Ornate or antique frames can be used in a more traditional styled space as seen here.