Curious Gallery Walls
·creating gallery walls in your home - techniques & tips
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How to create the new bohemian look at home: The ‘Maximal Bohemian’ doesn’t hold back, as seen in the home of the book’s author where an eclectically decorated, mid-century-style shelving unit covers almost an entire wall. “I enjoy styling it with books, plants, sculptures and artwork, or anything that is inspiring me at the moment. Every season I switch it up and put new things on display.” The New Bohemians By Justine Blakeney (Abrams, $45) is out now.
Eclectic Blue Dining Room with Gallery Wall
A gallery-style arrangement of art, sculpture and photography—found at Lost Art Salon in San Francisco, Chicago Art Source and Jackson Fine Art in Atlanta, to name a few—is a conversation starter in the dining room. Side chairs from Baker have seats covered in Holly Hunt’s Métaphores fabric.
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One of the wonderful things about the "eclectic collector" style is the ability to say yes to any piece of artwork or any accessory that speaks to you. Even if it's a strange color or an interesting combination of textures and patterns, chances are, you'll find a spot for it in an eclectic home.
Shooting The Cover: Q&A With Photographer Patrick Biller
Trace around pictures you want to hang in your gallery display and make a mark where the nail should go, according to the picture hanging device (wire, sawtooth, etc.). Number the paper cut outs to match the corresponding pictures. Play with different arrangements on the floor until you find the grouping you like best. Use low tack double-faced tape to hang paper shapes on the wall. When it's perfect, hammer the nail on top of the mark you made. Hang your pictures! Voila!