Easy additions for a gallery wall

At some point or another it always seems like I’m working on a gallery wall for a client. Gallery walls have become very popular and while art & crafts stores even sell sets of matching frames with gallery wall shapes/grids included I like to be a bit more eclectic in my mixes with a variety of frames and prints that look like they have been collected over time.

Most times though a client doesn’t want to wait for years in order to get the perfect pieces to fill a gallery wall so it’s up to me to find pieces that look they have been picked up throughout the years and contain a mix of modern and traditional pieces including everything in between.

Yesterday while chasing Hudson around Barnes & Noble I stumbled upon this:

PRINTSATBARNESANDNOBLE

Now I have been know to purchase books in the past and cut pages out in order to get images I want to frame. I always feel guilty about destroying a book so I was happy to see these print sets currently available at Barnes & Noble.

For $15 you can pick up a box set with 16 prints on a nice quality paper that are just waiting to be framed and added to any gallery wall. I would pick up a couple of different sets and use them on a mix of gallery walls.

Box sets available online:

Art of Audubon
Pin-Ups
Natural History
Universe
M.C.Escher
Klimt

Happy Shopping!

 

 

 

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3 Responses to Easy additions for a gallery wall

  1. Natalie says:

    Thanks for sharing these! I will have to look for them next time I’m at B&N

  2. love this idea! didn’t know they had these!!

  3. Anna says:

    Great Advice. I will possibly be buying a book and reusing some of the pages for art around the house.

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