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Replacing the Cutesy with Cool: A personalized non-cheesy Gallery Wall

Replacing the Cutesy with Cool:  A personalized non-cheesy Gallery Wall

Want a fun and funky gallery wall but without the cheese?  There is art and there are interests, not usually would you combine the two.  Why not?  Because most subject matters are not artsy or cool.  Take “pugs” for example, a dog breed loved around the world.  It’s certainly not difficult to find a cutesy annual calendar with pugs in different costumes however, it is what it is, novelty.....

Eclectic Symmetry: Why Gallery Wall Grids are the new Interior Design Trend

Eclectic Symmetry:  Why Gallery Wall Grids are the new Interior Design Trend

Traditional Gallery Wall designs can sometimes look a little “higgledy-piggledy” and quite the opposite of Minimalism......Over the years we’ve seen many gallery walls, and there are some stunning designs out there.  It’s quite common for a gallery wall to have a bohemian, vintage type look and they go super well in homes that already have an eclectic type feel.  You know the types of homes that we are talking about, the ones on Pinterest that have a plush, regal velvet sofa....


The (first world) problems with creating a Gallery Wall....

The (first world) problems with creating a Gallery Wall....

If you have ever tried to create a gallery wall at home then we would imagine you have experienced at least some of the problems here.  To combat these painful gallery wall problems (cough cough. First world problems)...... We created Gallery Wallrus…..


Intimidated By Art

Intimidated By Art

girl in an art gallery looking at a gallery wall grid arrangement of 12 framed itentical pieces of art.

 

 

 

 

I’ve always had a strange relationship with art… basically, I don’t know it very well, and it certainly has never heard of me. I find the whole thing very intimidating in that I feel like one can get it so, so wrong without even trying. And once you’ve shown yourself to be the ignoramus everyone always suspected you were, there’s no going back.  It’s a scenario I find rather reminiscent of my years at high school when it came to the boys I shared a classroom and playground with.