June 13, 2017
Gallery walls are a great way to incorporate multiple pieces of art and objects that you love on one wall. BUT, I totally get it - - creating and hanging a gallery wall can be such a brain tease! Like where do you even start? How far apart should you hang the frames? And are there any tricks to making a gallery wall easier?!
Well, you are in luck because I’ve rounded up some great tips to creating a gallery wall from the pros, McGee + Co, Emily Henderson, Katherine of #AskKat + Lulu & Georgia, Lauren Conrad, A Beautiful Mess, and Target. Check out the Gallery Wall Tips Roundup below!
What you need to create a gallery wall:
Where to create a gallery wall:
Great places to create a gallery wall is down a hallway, stairs, accent walls, and above your sofa or bed! Gallery walls can span the whole wall, from floor to ceiling!
Tips to create a gallery wall:
Great places for frames:
Let’s Get Started - Tips on How To Hang a Gallery Wall:
Do you have any tips to create a gallery wall? Leave a comment below!
AND check out these great videos from the experts on how to create a gallery wall!
P.S. Check out even more artwork interior design tips and how-to's on The Sunset Blog!
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July 30, 2021
Rainy Season > Dry Season
Yes, I said it!
I prefer Rainy Season in Costa Rica over Dry Season...and if you love breathtaking sunsets as much as I do, then you will too!
(How about that for some rhyming... 😉😂)
So why is Rainy Season better than Dry Season in Costa Rica?
Because Rainy Season = magical sunset season in Costa Rica!
In other words, rain squalls + clouds set the stage for dramatic sunsets just like this...
July 08, 2021
For a brief stretch during rainy season in Costa Rica the afternoon rains stop and the refreshing offshore summer winds come back for a mini summer / little summer, or what's called Veranillo de San Juan (verano means "summer" in Spanish).
July 06, 2021
If you've ever travelled to Costa Rica, then you most likely know + love the phrase "Pura Vida" as much as I do. But if your high school Spanish aka Español is a tad bit rusty, I probably have had you wondering what the heck I mean when...