As an interior designer, gallery walls are one of my favorite things to create for a client.  This living room had a large wall that needed a lot of love and the clients had no existing art to use in this spot.  We were starting completely from scratch.  I showed them several pieces from Artfully Walls that I thought would work well for them and they became hooked on the site.  They spent some time pouring through the collections on that site, and ultimately came up with a with list for me.  I went to work using the Artfully Walls Wall Designer to lay out the wall.  I love that I was able to share a very specific rendering with my clients before we ordered everything.  It was a cinch to use.  We placed our order and everything arrived from Arfully Walls within a couple of weeks. We are all incredibly happy with the way it turned out.

**UPDATE**  After seeing this project, Artfully Walls decided to feature it on the home page of their site, and you can now shop the whole wall here.  Thanks to the amazing team there!

Below: the finished product

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Below: the before shot

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Below: the screenshot from Artfully Walls Wall Designer.  I just allowed some blank space for approximately where I thought the TV would go, and clearly there is a table below, not a sofa.  But, as you can see, it worked the way I needed it to!

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Below: Once the art arrived, I taped up paper templates I made to help with the hanging process, and adjusted them a couple of times before I was ready to hang.

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Below: more of the “after” shots

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For other blog posts of mine with specific instruction on different ways of hanging a gallery wall, please visit How to Create a Gallery Wall of ArtGallery Walls; Quick and Easy Hanging Tips , and A Step-by-Step Guide to Placing Art.

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