Filling a gallery wall can be expensive, but framing a great print, postcard, calendar, fabric, photo etc. is my favorite way to add interest to walls without breaking the bank. (Like I did here and here.) For a gallery wall, I like to use varying sizes of items, so I looked for large prints first.
I am giddy with excitement over these adorable prints by talented artist Suzy Ultman! With all the Paris-themed decor already in Babygirl's Room, I definitely need these to mix it up a bit.
Adorably whimsy and playful, right?!? Suzy has an Etsy store where she sells Limited Edition prints, but I found this book of 12 posters on Amazon for less than $20!
Each poster is 12" x 16", and beautifully and colorfully printed on clean white cardstock. I can't believe the quality, and you can't beat the price! The hardest part has been deciding which prints to use (because all 12 might be overkill)?!? I think these help the room stay youthful, and the colors are obviously perfect for our scheme!
I picked up some white Ikea Ribba frames for $10 each, and I can't help but smile at all the cuteness!
I think I'm off to a good start on the Gallery Wall, and I have some ideas on other unique ways to fill it. What do you use in your Gallery Wall arrangements?