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.
Below: the finished product
Below: the before shot
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!
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.
Below: more of the “after” shots
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 Art , Gallery Walls; Quick and Easy Hanging Tips , and A Step-by-Step Guide to Placing Art.
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