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Possibilities are infinite when it comes to arranging your pictures and posters in a gallery wall & a photo wall. Below, we have outlined 10 different drafts for picture walls, that we hope you can use and get inspired by in your own picture wall design.
NOTE! In each image, the dimensions (height x width) are specified for the whole picture wall including a distance of 5 cm between the pictures.
Two pictures that belong in colour or style always feel complete. Let two images reinforce or contrast each other.
Three is always a safe card in all types of composition. With pictures in the same size and frames in the same colour, the picture wall will hold together in a stylish way. If you choose a larger motif in the middle, flanked by two smaller ones also creates more dynamism.
Here you start from a centre horizon and place the pictures above and beneath the line. Since the horizon creates a harmony, you can be freer in placing the posters in the gallery wall or the photo wall.
Let the motifs rest in a straight edge at the bottom or hang in a straight top edge, so that the eye has something to relate to, when seeking balance among the pictures.
If you choose to place your pictures standing on a chest of drawers, a cabinet or on the floor, let the most prominent motif, usually the largest one, stand at the back and the smaller ones imbricated in front. It’s also neat to combine standing, leaning pictures with pictures on the wall.
In this picture wall with four motifs, the frames are symmetrically placed on each side of a straight, vertical line, where both upper and lower edges are allowed to line. This collage is convenient for a standing wall.
Here you are based on three equally large motifs positioned in each direction from the centre. The smaller motifs are then placed around in the photo wall
Here, two sizes are used on the pictures and this combination is suitable for smaller walls. The space in the lower right corner fits nicely for a piece of furniture, or a pedestal with a flower.
This template is suitable for a large wall, where the pictures can have space on the width, preferably over a dining room table or over a sofa in the livingroom.
This combination is based on three larger pictures and four smaller ones. The three big ones are placed like a pinwheel, ie they point in three directions and the smaller pictures balance up for the larger ones.
Look at other picture walls to obtain inspiration and see all posters or our much appreciated photo art.