Style an Entryway Gallery Wall
In search of a focal point that grabs your guests’ attention as soon as they walk into your home? A gallery wall is just what you need—read our pro tips for arranging an entryway gallery wall in your home.
Art is a must-have in every room of the house, the entryway included. One of our favorite wall decor ideas for the entryway is a gallery wall. This collection of multiple art pieces, photos and objects is a great focal point for the entryway that infuses your space with style. There are many ways to arrange a gallery wall, depending on your space. Read on for some of the best gallery wall configurations.
Gallery Wall Configurations
A gallery wall can actually be quite simple: One of the most classic gallery wall configurations is three or more art pieces hung in a row. With this style, typically three or more pieces of the same shape, configuration, size, and finish are hung at equal distance from each other. This is great for a long hallway, above a bed or sofa, or arranged vertically in a tall space.
Another great option is a gallery wall that is square or rectangular in shape. This style also involves multiple pieces in the same shape, size, and finish, but instead of being in a line, they are arranged in a square or rectangular pattern. This is great for gallery walls that involve a variety of art sizes as the overarching geometric shape ties them all together.
If you have a mix of artwork in multiple sizes, shapes, and finishes, you can combine them into one large focal point in an organic shape. This statement-making look is great for stairwells, above sofas, and opposite your entryway console table. Feel free to use artwork in different mediums, such as photographs, paintings, prints, mirrors, and more in this type of gallery wall.