How To: Build a Floor to Ceiling Gallery Wall

Floor to ceiling gallery wall in customer @amiraelgawly's home featuring our Providence, Newport, Richmond, and Mandalay frame styles

Floor to ceiling gallery wall in customer @amiraelgawly's home featuring our Providence, Newport, Richmond, and Mandalay frame styles

 

You know that classic salon style gallery wall? Let's take that up a notch. Hello, floor-to-ceiling gallery wall. This arrangement might seem intimidating, but if you've got a lot of art this is a great way to display it.


To get started, round up your framed pieces, or the items you'd like to frame. The key to success here is having a lot of smaller pieces you can easily move around to suit the space you're looking to fill. The best salon gallery walls feel organic, so don't be afraid to play around with the layout. 

  • A salon style wall is perfect if: You have an alcove or nook you’d like to fill.
  • What you’ll need: 10 - 20 (or more!) framed and unframed small photos, pieces of art and mementos.
  • How to get it: This gallery is supposed to look like you grew it over time, so don’t worry about making it too perfect! Start with a single piece somewhere in the middle of your wall, then add the others above and below, being sure not to center anything and leaving 2 - 3 inches between each.
  • Pro tip: These are meant to look collected over time! As you gather new pieces, just add them in.

Ready to build your salon gallery wall?