Keep what’s important right where you can see it

    I’m totally in love with the idea of a gallery wall in your home.  It’s an easy way to display your memories, inspirational words, pictures you love and anything else you might like…. all in one place, all at your sight.

    I’m so in love with this idea that I had to put it on my living wall….. that’s why I felt the need to share it with you…I’m that proud! 🙂

    This is ours….

    gallery wall gia
    gallery wall 2

    Mickey ‘s face and the Walt Disney quote are my husband’s favorites, so that one was a present from me (I painted that while he was away on a business trip); it was the starting point of our gallery wall. The chalkboard was a must for me and I usually display my favorite quotes…. The idea was to display inspirational quotes in different ways.  On the other side of the wall we have pictures of our family and friends.

    Every time I look at my wall I feel inspired, every time I see the pictures of my family I feel blessed… it’s a constant  reminder of what’s important in my life… and I think everyone should have one in their home…

    Plus, it gives great character to your home, it becomes a focal point in the room, and somehow your house becomes even more a HOME.

    On a recent trip to Berlin, I found this gallery at the hotel:

    gallery_walls_hotelinBerlin

    There are many ways to create a gallery wall, and I think you will find this article useful.

    I also love the idea of monograms of the family members, or an important date in your life…  I’m sure that Raluca from Pretty Baby Names could help you with those.

    I’ve selected for you some gallery walls that I really liked:

    Pictures: Pinterest

    So, darlings, if you haven’t done one yet, I hope that I’ve convinced you about this relatively cheap, but oh so beautiful way of decorating your home.

    Kiss Kiss,

    Gia

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    Gia is the founder & owner of "the Urban Diva" blog; with a background in fashion, she worked for many years as a wedding dress designer; she also creates handmade accessories. Read more about her on the "I am Gia" page.

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