Transform Your Home with Breathtaking Wall Galleries

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Corner stairway with lots of framed pictures and lamps.


Setting up a gallery in your home is always a special experience. After all, it is a collection of your most important memories and favorite art. Figuring out where in the home you want to set it up is always a big decision, so there are some great ideas for the three most common and useful places to set up wall galleries, which include the hallway, the living room, and the stairway.

Take a look at these styles and see which one of them would fit your home best. Inspiration galore, making it an effortless search towards finding the right option for you and your collection of displays.

Corner stairway with lots of framed pictures and lamps.
A busy stairway gallery with framed pictures covering almost the entire wall.
A bright stairway with a picture gallery of various sizes framed in gold frames.
Stairway gallery with a few framed pictures and a heart hanging.
Stairway gallery with black and white pictures in black frames.
A white-themed stairway gallery with black framed pictures.
Living room gallery with a larger circular art piece and framed pictures.
A-frame home living room with a gallery that includes framed art and a unique focal piece.
Hallway gallery with dark walls covered in many picture frames.
Blue-themed living room with a gallery of pictures.
Picture gallery in a white hallway, hanging four pictures.
Hallway gallery with colorful frames on a white wall.
Hallway gallery with large white framed family pictures.
Modern hallway gallery with large black frame pictures.
Living room gallery with a bright wall covered in framed art pieces.
Artsy living room with a gallery displaying modern art on the walls.
Hallway gallery with white framed pictures on the left wall and a few more on the end wall.
Hallway gallery with multiple framed pictures on a dark wall.
Colorful living room with a gallery that features a unique mirror, art pieces, and quotes.
Picture gallery in the living room, centered is a big
Family picture gallery in a stairway that has carpeted steps.
Bright hallway gallery with white framed pictures.
Picture gallery in the stairway that leads downstairs.
Corner stairway gallery with green picture frames, green floor carpet, and a dog.
Hallway gallery with framed pictures on both walls, while a leather bench is at the end of the hall.
Stairway gallery that hosts an array of family pictures and hats.

Hallway Galleries 

One of the most convenient places for setting up a wall gallery has got to be the hallway. First, there is a lot of unused room to cover with your most personal photographs. You really don’t have to compromise on space. Second, it will turn the hallway from a dark passage into an emotional corridor. And last, it will give the hallway a purpose. It takes it from being a mere connection between rooms to a special gallery that will make you feel happy every single day as you walk through it.

Hallway gallery with dark walls covered in many picture frames.

Photo Credit: Luxe

With a lot of wall space to work with, there’s almost no limit to how many photographs you choose to display in your wall gallery. Inspiration ideas for a hallway gallery are endless when you have the space to put up art, family pictures, or art pieces.

Modern hallway gallery with large black frame pictures.

Photo Credit: Studio McGee

If you’re going for a minimal look, a couple of bigger framed photos will work wonderfully! They will make the wall look filled but still retain an air of simplicity. The look of this wall gallery is the perfect balance, filling the space on the wall without crowding attention.

Hallway gallery with white framed pictures on the left wall and a few more on the end wall.

Photo Credit: Shift Interiors

If your hallway is facing another wall, don’t forget to make that wall a part of your gallery as well. It will help you create a gallery corridor, one that will almost feel like a room of its own. You can also leverage different sizes of picture frames, adding additional depth to the styling of your hallway gallery.

Hallway gallery with multiple framed pictures on a dark wall.

Photo Credit: Little House of Four

Here’s another example of the wall at the end being made into a gallery. Even though it’s at the end of the hallway, it affects it just the same. This idea is perfect if your hallways aren’t too lengthy and you don’t have much wall space to work with.

Bright hallway gallery with white framed pictures.

Photo Credit: Young House Love

Do you want a bright hallway gallery? White is the color to run with! The entire setting will give your photographs a chance to stand out and be the center of attention. With the walls and picture frames being white, it will surely make your pictures stand out just that much more.

Picture gallery in a white hallway, hanging four pictures.

Photo Credit: Shanty 2 Chic

This is such a unique idea for a hallway gallery! Pick out some of your favorite portraits, like those of your children or other family members, and hang them in an innovative way, creating a precious horizontal wall gallery. You can also bring rustic character to your hallway by using unique ways to hang the picture frames, and consider going for black and white pictures.

Hallway gallery with framed pictures on both walls, while a leather bench is at the end of the hall.

Photo Credit: Lonny via Home Stories A to Z

Sometimes, a wall gallery can look like a super-sized collage of your most precious art pieces and family memories. This hallway holds many framed pictures, and yet it feels very breezy and spacious, just like an actual gallery!

Hallway gallery with colorful frames on a white wall.

Photo Credit: Running From The Law

Colorful hallways are an idea waiting to be pursued! They bring something so youthful to your home, and seeing as the world is full of colors, why shouldn’t your hallway be as well? This colorful wall gallery is the perfect inspiration for the perfect use of color in a hallway gallery.

Hallway gallery with large white framed family pictures.

Photo Credit: Design Mom

Here’s another simplistic wall gallery that will tug at your heartstrings if you love minimal decor! To keep the main focus on the pictures that you are looking to display, consider painting the wall white and choose white picture frames.

Living Room Wall Galleries 

Another area that is absolutely perfect for wall galleries is the living room. Naturally, seeing as it serves as a place for relaxing and socializing with your guests and family members. We can’t think of a better place for a gallery full of happy memories or artistic paintings and photographs! Take advantage of your living room walls and turn them into a captivating wall gallery.

Blue-themed living room with a gallery of pictures.

Photo Credit: Elle Decoration via Style and Create

Don’t be one to forget the corners of your living room! They are just as important and, as you can see in this blue living room, the perfect place to set your little wall gallery to showcase your favorite pieces of art.

Living room gallery with a bright wall covered in framed art pieces.

Photo Credit: Ninainvorm via Houzz

This is a gallery worthy of its name. What a fantastic way to turn your living room into a work of art itself! You should consider wood picture frames for a natural look, and opting for colorful pictures can add personality to any living room.

Artsy living room with a gallery displaying modern art on the walls.

Photo Credit: Architectural Digest

Your gallery doesn’t necessarily have to consist of several smaller pictures; choose one or two bigger ones that will stretch through the entire wall and make your living room look absolutely mesmerizing. This living room is the perfect example, as it shows how a large yet colorful art piece can fit even into a minimalist living room.

A-frame home living room with a gallery that includes framed art and a unique focal piece.

Photo Credit: ElleDecor via Halcyon Style

This wall gallery offers a whole new perspective! If you have a big window in your living room, build a gallery around it. It will draw attention to the window and light up your art pieces with natural daylight.

Living room gallery with a larger circular art piece and framed pictures.

Photo Credit: edbdesigns via Instagram

Make your wall decor match the rest of the interior to create a consistency of colors, like this beautiful living room wall gallery. Be careful to choose the right colors and piece sizes for your art gallery to match your home’s aesthetics.

Colorful living room with a gallery that features a unique mirror, art pieces, and quotes.

Photo Credit: Katie Taylor via The Every Girl

Your wall gallery can consist of different shapes and items, as you can see in this great example. Everything is allowed as long as it fits into your living room, but make sure that you choose furniture that compliments the styling that’s displayed through your gallery.

Picture gallery in the living room, centered is a big

Photo Credit: The First Grade Parade

Here’s another wall gallery with different shapes that provide some dynamic elements along the way. This one even has a personal theme to it, so it really belongs in the family space, which is the living room.

Stairway Galleries 

If you live in a house, chances are you have a stairway that is just waiting to be decorated. Transform it from just another stairway to a personal gallery. The styling options are limitless; from minimal to full-covered, your stairway wall is in for a treat!

Stairway gallery that hosts an array of family pictures and hats.

Photo Credit: Bebesunita via Instagram

Look at how this stairway gallery displays the family memories on the stairway wall in a sentimental way that truly turns a house into a home. This type of gallery will make your home feel more inviting while also giving you the space to display your favorite items as well.

Stairway gallery with a few framed pictures, hearts, and quotes.

Photo Credit: Hannah Sibley via Instagram

When your wall gallery fits into your stairway so perfectly that it seems like it was always meant to be there, you know you’ve made the best choice! Through this example, you can truly see how choosing the right pieces can make your stairway gallery that much better.

Stairway gallery with black and white pictures in black frames.

Photo Credit: Phoebe Howard

Have a lot of walls to cover on your stairway? No problem at all! Your gallery can be as big as you want it to be, so don’t be afraid to cover every inch of it with your chosen photographs. Keeping in line with your home’s styling will surely elevate the homey feel for you and others to enjoy.

Family picture gallery in a stairway that has carpeted steps.

Photo Credit: House of Noise

The stairway doesn’t have to be big to earn itself a gallery. As long as there is a wall to cover, a wall gallery can happen. Just make sure to choose picture frames that are sized appropriately for the space, which you can figure out by planning ahead before starting your gallery collection.

A white-themed stairway gallery with black framed pictures.

Photo Credit: Better Homes & Gardens

Modern and minimalist styling is great, but that should never stop you from adding a gallery to your stairway. Leaving the stairway wall empty is a missed opportunity to showcase your family, art, or anything that brings out your personality.

A bright stairway with a picture gallery of various sizes framed in gold frames.

Photo Credit: Mandarina Studio via Home Glow Design

A flair of color and natural art is the way to go when creating a stairway gallery that stands out. You should pick picture frames with colors that make your art the focal point, which is done quite tastefully in this example.

Picture gallery in the stairway that leads downstairs.

Photo Credit: Dear Little

White can be the right color for your stairway gallery when you are looking to hang family pictures, especially if you enjoy black and white pictures. Not only will the white color direct attention to your pictures, but it will also blend seamlessly with the wall.

A busy stairway gallery with framed pictures covering almost the entire wall.

Photo Credit: Wealden Times

Not a space is left uncovered, leaving no room for a missed opportunity as every picture within this example screams a captivating story. Your guests will surely stop by to take a look, but they will always find something new to see when passing this stairway gallery.

Corner stairway with lots of framed pictures and lamps.

Photo Credit: HGTV

There are no rules when it comes to decorating; just follow your inner vision, and what you come up with should feel like you. This wall gallery is exhibit A! Different colors and photographs all mixed together and it still looks amazing!

Corner stairway gallery with green picture frames, green floor carpet, and a dog.

Photo Credit: Melanie Turner Interiors via Décor Pad

The last wall gallery is a vivid green one, standing out as a simple yet elegant option that anyone can be inspired by when looking for more color in a gallery or home styling. Should your stairway need something to liven it up, this idea is by far the safest bet!

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