Gallery wall progress....

I am still working on my gallery wall but I thought I would take a picture of the progress in the room. The circle (sunburst mirror) needs to be moved up higher but that was as high as I could reach at the time. The blank area on the right is for the deer head.

I took this picture this past weekend but there have been some changes since then (we sold the rattan/glass coffee table) Little by little the rooms in my home will come together. 

I have been toying with the idea of going a lot simpler with the arraignment. Mostly because I have a couple items I want to use, but I don't know how to incorporate the pieces without having the wall look like a hot mess.

Both of these were my grandmothers (the orange one she did herself) and I know they will have a place in  my home, somewhere...

I am considering using some rub and buff to get rid of the red border on the frame on the right. The art is chalk done on a fine velvet so I don't want to risk damaging it by getting a whole new frame.

I would love to hear your thoughts and comments!

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  1. Annie, I love the picture that your Grandmother did. The other one is beautiful too, but I just love the woman in the beautiful dress.

  2. Thanks Kathy. The spanish dancer in the dress is one of my favorites too!

  3. Your aret wall is going to look fabulous. I love both of your art pieces. How wonderful to incorporate and heirloom like that into your gallery wall. I'm excited to see which direction you decide to go in!

  4. Annie I think gallery walls that have a cohesive element can work beautifully even with lots of pieces. The other thing that I find works well is to create an axis of sorts, either horizontally or vertically, which allows the eye to move logically. Hope that helps, can't wait to see how it comes together!



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