I recently just finished installing a project for a beautiful, young family. One of my favorite parts of the whole project was a white gallery wall filled with family photos. When I saw the large, bare wall space at the entrance to the room, I knew right away I wanted to fill it with an amazing gallery wall. My goal was to make it fresh and modern for a stunning impact. Today, I’m sharing a peek into this new project with the reveal of its gallery wall.
Normally, creating a gallery wall is a big, time-consuming project, but I was able to create this whole gallery wall in 3 easy steps in a minimal amount of time. My new favorite way to custom frame artwork for my projects is through Framebridge. I loved how easy the process was and it was fun being able to choose from all their pretty frames online. I found myself browsing them for awhile.
For this gallery wall I wanted to fill the whole wall space so I chose nine, 11X14″ photos. I picked a frame with this in mind. The clean lines and crisp white edge of the “Irvine Slim” frame was perfect for this project. In this case, I had the prints already, so I asked to mail them in. They sent me a special tube with pre-paid shipping. All I had to do was drop them in the mail. They took it from there.
When I received the framed artwork I was so excited, I couldn’t wait to get the photos up on the wall. I used the included hardware and choose to stack the 18X24″ frames in three rows, three images across, for a clean modern look.
The gallery wall turned out beautifully. It brings the space to life and is a great conversation starter for guests. It’s was the perfect way display the fun, happy family of this home while creating a wall full of art.
I hope you enjoyed this easy white gallery wall reveal today. When you need a great resource for framing your family photos or artwork, head to Framebridge. You will be thrilled with the outcome. I hope you have a wonderful Friday!
Favorite Framebridge Frames
- Mercer Slim
- Irvine Slim
3 thoughts on “Easy White Gallery Wall with Framebridge”
Love it! Please please can you tell me where that rug is from?! Thank you!!
What color are the walls? I’m having the worst time trying to find a light gray that doesn’t look blue in my house.
It is Silver Drop from Behr. Thanks!