Wall Decor / September 2, 2018 / Jazmin Cavazos
The gallery wall, and finally, if you have a few smaller pieces that you love, why not create a gallery wall? Hang the largest in your collection first and then work out from the centre to create a grouping that has the most visual appeal. For a symmetrical display, the main wall art can be at the centre with smaller pieces of art at equal distances around it.
Our series of embellished fabric canvases create a wonderfully calm collection with just enough sparkle to create an impactful display. For asymmetrical galleries, be sure to include 1 to 2 larger scale pieces, hanging these first and then group your smaller pieces around them. The easiest way to create an effective gallery wall is to first trace around each piece onto newspaper or kraft paper, cut out the resulting shapes and using bluetack, hang the templates on the wall, moving them around until you find the best combination for your wall art display.Continue Reading