By Aubrey Kinch

Published on October 18, 2015

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mix tones

I’m a neutral kind of person but I think what makes a gallery wall pop is adding different colors and tones throughout. Most people are into whites and gold tones but, stretch that further with some rustic pops to add dimension and character.

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test before hanging

Instead of throwing everything up and guessing on where you’d like things placed, lay everything out on the floor and arrange it as you’d like it to look on your wall. This offers the flexibility of making changes without permanently damaging your home! You can thank me later… 😉

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add texture

That silver floral piece? It’s a bowl from IKEA I’m sure you’ve seen roaming around the web. Why not make a double use out of it? The texture of it coming off the wall makes such a statement as well as the deer head. Simple and clean, but they add the perfect, dimensional touch. A blanket or tapestry would be lovely as well!

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create a focal point

This beautiful horse art print (by Jenni Kupelian) is a show stopper and perfect to be the center of this wall. Find something large scale that stands out from everything else and make that the center of attention.

Get the print here!