A couple weeks ago, I asked for your help deciding how to layout a small gallery wall in my home. Thanks to your fabulous input (thank you!) I added an item and moved a few things around. Here's how it turned out! Hint: I really love it.
All these pieces have a special, sentimental meaning. The Lulie Wallace on the top left corner was a gift from our close friends on our anniversary. The watercolor of our dog, Birch, was painted by a dear friend, Anne, and is a striking resemblance! The red gradient on the right was our bright wedding color palette. The frameless field of flowers oil painting in the center was done by my talented sister, Anna. The crosses are a tradition in my family, my Mom gets a new design commissioned every year from Hog Hill Pottery. And the tiny square on the bottom right is a sweet little dog silhouette, also from Hog Hill.
We couldn't have too much going on in this small space, so the mixture of seven (I like odd numbers!) small, sentimental pieces is really lovely. Here's what you see when you walk in the front door.