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Gallery Wall Inspiration Instagram Accounts To Love

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If you haven’t heard of a gallery wall, then you must have been living under a rock, because when it comes to home decor trends, having one of them is the future. I must admit, I’ve been planning to start mine ever since I moved into this house, but it’s been five years and I still haven’t got around to it!

Shocking, I know. Fortunately, 2019 is the year of me finally getting my act together, and so the long sought-after wall of artwork will soon become a thing of reality.

Anyway, a gallery wall is essentially one wall in your home where you arrange a series of framed (or unframed, if you like) art prints, gallery style. Even though in an actual gallery you probably wouldn’t arrange art like this, but let’s not be picky.

They can look fantastic when done right, so if you’ve ever thought about putting a gallery wall into your home but aren’t sure where to start, then this post might just be for you. You can also check out my guide to how to do a gallery wall, DIY style as well.

Gallery Wall Inspiration

Where better to start looking for inspiration for your new, shiny gallery wall than Instagram? I know Pinterest is often the first port of call for home decor ideas, but to be honest, it can become a bit overwhelming. Instagram is a good starting point because it’s a bit more focused, and also the photo inspiration you can get is (usually) a bit more authentic. There’s nothing worse than attempting a Pinterest-style home improvement only for it to fall short of the glossy picture you had in mind.

So without further ado, here are some gallery walls from some of my favourite Instagram accounts to help you get started!







Gallery Wall Goals

I really love the idea of having my gallery wall on the staircase, but there’s not a huge amount of light in my hallways. Some of these accounts have made me think about trying out the framed arrangement in my living room instead, but it’ll be a case of finding the right mix of art prints to suit my Victorian house.

What do you think about having a wall dedicated purely to an arrangement of art prints in your home? Love it or loathe it?

Let me know in the comments below or you can catch up with me over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to let me know what you think!

Gallery Wall Inspiration Rosarts