Design, my house

the one with 3 gallery walls

I was asked a few weeks ago what the hardest part about moving across the country and adjusting to a new city has been. Obviously, it’s not seeing my friends and family. We’ve found ways to communicate with our favorite people, added plane tickets to our budget, and have started making friends down here so it’s getting easier every day. But I realized that besides that, it’s been pretty easy. I’m a Midwestern girl, always will be, but I absolutely will not miss the snow come January. And I’m quite excited to add Palm Trees to my Christmas decor.

But there is something that bugs me a little, something I miss. I miss my house. Being in a rental right now while we get to know the city was a difficult transition for me. I miss being able to do as I please, and as much as the responsibilities can be overwhelming, I’d really like to have the control to move the smoke detector out of the way of the stove or buy a better fridge. But until that time comes for us again, I’m making this rental as much our as I can.

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We have fewer walls than our house in Indiana, but I wanted as many of our things surrounding us as possible. So to cope I did the obvious . . . gallery walls for everyone! you get a gallery wall, you get a gallery wall, you get a gallery wall! Just like Oprah.

I didn’t want it to be ridiculous so we’ve got 3 gallery walls going on, all in different rooms, and all very different gallery walls. So today I thought I would share them and some thoughts on how I put them together.


1. Split down the middle. . . Exact copies on each side. simple. and perfect to flank the tv in a living room.

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2. corner it up. . . our bedroom has a weird layout so the tv ( i love to watch tv in bed) has to go in a corner. to bring it all together I made a small gallery wall using both of the walls. I simple chose to keep everything above the tv, and at the same height.


3. elclectic. . . this one is just a fun mix of all my favorite things. I just created a rectangle on the wall and put it all inside that rectangle. keeping things symetrical is the key.

What are your favorite types of gallery walls?

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  • Reply Christine

    I love your gallery walls! They are all gorgeous!

    August 18, 2015 at 8:35 am
  • Reply Nina @ Flowers in my Hair

    Love! You know how much!

    August 18, 2015 at 2:09 pm
  • Reply Liz @ Baby Got B.A.

    SO pretty! I spent all of yesterday turning my rom into a giant gallery wall. its so much work.

    August 19, 2015 at 11:14 am
  • Reply Faith

    I so need your help with gallery walls. Maybe I could just facetime chat shop with you and you could just tell me what to buy. And then we would have to facetime and you would have to tell me where to put

    August 20, 2015 at 4:19 pm
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