Hooraaaay! Mission Accomplished.
Well. It’s Reveal Day for the Gallery Wall Design Project and as you can see, I chose the black and white vintage flower prints for my wall.
I’d mentioned that when it comes to art work I always seem to gravitate towards vibrant color so for this gallery wall I decided to get out of my comfort zone.
Most of you voted for this same decision. Although some readers like Marilyn, worried these prints would lack that certain pizazz against the gray wall.
Maybe look a little blah.
And as a color aficionado, I totally knew what she meant.
So today I created a Fall tablescape in shades of gold to show you how versatile a neutral background can be.
If you’re a regular visitor to my blog you know how much I love to give you ideas for your own table, so I’ll be sharing details in a later post.
But for now you can see how these white $7.99 Ikea frames really pop out against
the BM Kendall Charcoal walls.
And I have to tell you, I’m really loving my new gallery wall.
Only it’s tough to get a shot without the glare on the prints; I’m still trying to learn how to get good photos in here. So let me show you the gallery wall in the mirror.
To keep this room from looking a tad too precious, I layered a cowhide rug over the sea grass and added a bar cart.
You can see how I used thrift store finds to style this bar cart HERE.
After painting this room along with the chandelier, and adding the gallery wall, the final thing-to-do in here is to add simple bamboo shades to the window. I think the honey color and woven texture of the shades will add some warmth to all the white and gray.
Thanks so much for joining me today and for all your great input…
As some of you know, we’ve recently moved into a smaller home in a beach community and we now live in a fixer-upper-soon to-be-beach-cottage. So if you like to see lots of Before and After pictures you’ll want to come back because I plan on bringing you guys along for the adventure.
And now…drum roll please…. it’s time to find out what everyone else did with their own gallery walls. I can’t wait!