This image is a favorite because the eclectic design aesthetic looks to be effortlessly acquired over time. I know from experience that too many items on a coffee table can be obtrusive, but I still love the look. Also, I "need" that couch in my life.
Above, the gallery wall takes center stage while the monochromatic color scheme creates a peaceful, relaxing environment. This gallery wall is unique because of an unexpected element that creates visual interest. The bottom row of frames lean against the wall while the top rows pitch forward as they hang from a long rod anchored near the ceiling. The contrasting angles create depth which is not found in a traditional gallery wall.
I don't think I would choose any of the art on display for myself, but it works in this space. I love how the black matting pulls in the coffee table, pillows, and lamp shade. The blue suzani fabric is my favorite element in the space.
I'm still working up the courage (and collecting the art) to create a gallery wall in my home. I have a small one going that I just need to commit to.
Do you have a gallery wall in your home? Any tips?