A White Gallery Wall

Everyday I see something on a website or blog that I’m dying over, and immediately want to adopt it into my home. I’m sure you’re the same, and have files of ideas and inspiration of projects we’ll get around to one day.

Here’s one of my favorite walls in my home, so I thought it’d be fun to show the inspiration behind it.

Martha’s Photo Wall:

My Photo Wall:

I love how it turned out, and even like my version a little better!

The 2 inch line between the rows of frames, adds unity even with all different sizes. Printing all the images black and white also adds consistency, and bridges generations.

Have you been inspired lately? Better yet, have to made a project your own? We’d love to see:

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7 Responses to “A White Gallery Wall”

  1. john Says:

    You do a great job Sez!

  2. LB Says:

    I have a photo wall similar to Martha Stewart–except for the layout. I do like your layout too. The use of white frames is so fresh and clean. Hmmm….. I may have to create another photo wall somewhere else in my house.

  3. Brittany @ The Aubergine Notebook Says:

    love it! i think your version is better too. :)

  4. jaime turner Says:

    yes I DO!! and its YOURS.. I LOVE how fresh your taste is.. SO hope someday SOON you girls will come to my house and make it a cozy home!!!!!!

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  6. Irene Says:

    Dear Emily and Sarah,

    What a great photo wall. A true inspiration. I have already been to the Ikea twice, but the sizes do not add up. So I am really curious which sizes of frames you have used.

    Kind regards,
    Irene

  7. Sarah Says:

    Hi Ireme, all the frames are from the Ikea Ribba collection. http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60078034/ the spacing is key to the layout. We kept the middle line the consistent spacing. Good luck!

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