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designing a home for pets and kids

I have four kids and three dogs that make keeping my home nice very challenging. I have worked hard over the years to find flooring, wall finishes, furniture, and decor that can hold up well to the things that my kids and dogs can put everything though. If you have kids and/or pets that make keeping your home looking nice difficult, visit my blog. There, you will find some tips to decorating your home in a way that makes it look very nice, but durable enough to remain in great condition while your kids and pets live their lives in it.

Want A Gallery Wall At Home? 4 Styles To Inspire

Do you want to add a gallery wall to your home or office? These often-eclectic collections of art are an easy way to spice up any boring space and put together even the most disparate works of art. But how should you style your gallery wall? Here are four of the most popular design options and how you can use them. 

1. Grid Gallery Wall.

A grid gallery wall is, as its name suggests, hung in the shape of a formal grid. Frames are usually identical or at least identically-sized. The color and style of frames as well as the art should be very homogenous. This design is formal and gives an air of professionality and elegance. You may use it in just a portion of a wall (vertically or horizontally) or to fill the wall floor-to-ceiling. 

2. Salon Gallery Wall.

A salon wall removes the grid and instead uses some randomness and irregular placement to make things more fun. Salon gallery walls tend to feature smaller pieces of art alongside other objects that fit into the overall theme. It is often a floor-to-ceiling arrangement that's taller than it is wide. These are perfect for odd collections of frames and smaller nooks you can thoroughly fill. 

3. Traditional Gallery Wall. 

The most traditional form of this nontraditional design is to create a grouping of different sizes and frame styles centered at eye level. Its base is often between 1 and 3 larger items that serve as inspiration. Several other pictures are placed in pleasing, irregular patterns moving outward from these. Traditional galleries don't fill the entire wall and are often used to complement nearby furniture. 

4. Column Gallery Wall.

What if you don't have the amount of art and objects needed to fill a whole wall or you don't have a large wall to work with? Then consider a column style. Columnar galleries make use of narrow spaces, such as beside a door or in the short end of a hallway, to host a limited collection of similar art. Most column gallery walls are done in a single grid style, although you can mix it up if you have more space. 

Which of these gallery wall styles could make your empty walls look vibrant and alive? No matter whether you want a formal style or a fun-loving mix of varied treasures, it will undoubtedly add beauty and class to any room. And the best place to begin is by learning more about choosing frames for any occasion. Consult picture framing company for more information.