A chic and curated gallery wall is all the rage on Instagram these days — here’s how to complete your own
If you’re an interiors Instagram addict like myself, no doubt you’ll have noticed the sudden spike in the trend of gallery walls across the platform.
Curating prints of varying sizes and complementary colours is a great way to fill an otherwise empty space, and works equally well on a loud wallpaper than it does on a muted paint job.
It’s also a great way to let your personality shine through your home — a couch or end table will rarely communicate your hobbies and interests better than a vintage poster of your favourite movie, or a postcard print of your last holiday destination.
Luckily, homeware sites are responding to demand. Prints of every category can be found in their hundreds on both mass-produced and indie interiors studios, with every type of typeface and colour scheme represented. A quick Google search can yield great results, but if you’re in need of inspiration, look no further than our selection below.
Guinness, James’s Gate Dusk, €20 by Jando Design from Jam Art Prints
“The Sketch” print, €146 approx. from King & McGaw
“Disco flag” signed digital print, €17 approx. from Bubble Writer
“Rixo 3” by Astrid Wilson for Rixo, from €46 approx. from Astrid Wilson
Girl from 10th Avenue Vintage Film print, €76 approx. from Made.com
Vogue, June 1977 cover print, €153 approx. from King & McGaw
Under the Bridge, Dublin – signed limited edition, from €28 by Sketchy Inc. from Jam Art Prints
“Whitley Bay” art print, €141 approx. from King & McGaw
“Rixo 5” by Astrid Wilson for Rixo, from €46 approx. from Astrid Wilson
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