This Shelved Gallery Wall is actually take two. This is how it originally looked (along with 5 tips for creating a shelved gallery wall). A big thank you to artist Lesley Grainger for the lovely colorful abstract art piece you see below.
One of the best parts about a shelved gallery wall is that it’s super easy to update! I went for a travel theme since we move a lot. I incorporated travel themed pieces and photos along with a few family photos.
We also majorly re-arranged the room to open it up (I failed to take a before photo, but we had it split into two “rooms” with the former set up). On the far right wall is the DIY Console & Hutch we recently built.
Next is the wall of windows which is the main thing I love about this room (I hate the carpet!). In the corner, we’re using my Tea Cart Makeover as a side table.
Since we moved the TV, I had to re-arrange my TV Gallery Wall a bit.
The Gallery Wall is simply a collection of things we love! Most of it is stuff we’ve had for years or things I made. The only things I bought specifically for this wall were the clipboard and ampersand (both from Michael’s).
You can download the simple “Oh darling, let’s be adventurers” print I made here.
I just trimmed it down, glued it to yellow cardstock and placed it on the striped clipboard.
The abstract piece was sent to me by artist Lesley Grainger (thank you, Lesley!). You can view more of her amazing, colorful work here.
I love adding pops of color to a classic black and white color scheme!
There’s so much in this post, I’m not going to list every item’s source, but if you’d like to know where something is from, leave a comment and I’ll be more than happy to share the info! 🙂