Even though I’ve lived in my current space for over a year, I’ve really stalled on my wall decorating commitment.
Art is expensive. Large scale art is really expensive.
I'm lucky to live in a loft with high ceilings, but with that brings the extra challenge of searching for something that will make an impact in my space without making an impact on my wallet. Plus I'm picky. Really picky. And so far I just haven't found that one piece of art that screams "I'm worth it!"
So instead of dropping major bucks on a single piece of art, I've decided to fill my blank space with a gallery wall. Not only is it more affordable, but it can constantly be changed and edited - perfect for an art commitment-phobe like myself.
I'm currently in the very beginning stages of planning, but I hope to use a combination of Etsy finds, personal photography, and possibly some DIY art. I'll keep you posted on the final look, but if you're interested in following my process, you can follow my Gallery Wall board on Pinterest.
And for those of you who have created your own gallery wall, any tips you can offer a newbie like myself?