Lately I have been loving the look of gallery walls. They’re an easy way to update your interiors and elevate a boring white wall. I was so happy when Poster Store reached out for a collaboration because it was the perfect opportunity to create something fantastic. We decided to create a gallery wall for my daughter’s bedroom and today I’m going to share the process and what we picked out.
At Poster Store you can find posters and frames with scadinavian design that are both beautiful and affordable. They also give you all the inspiration you need for designing your own gallery wall. They have a large poster selection of different themes and categories for all tastes and always release a new poster collection every Tuesday. Their unique prints help you create your own gallery wall tailor-made for your home. Lastly, all their posters are printed on sustainably produced high-quality paper.
As far as the process, I tried to make it as simple as possible. Here’s what we did:
Since this gallery wall was going in my daughter’s bedroom, I really wanted to get her involved. We browsed Poster Store’s website together and chose pieces that stood out to us. They even have an entire kids section of amazing designs. It was hard to narrow it down, but we were able to chose a variety of sizes so we could mix and match the pieces for her gallery wall.
WHAT WE CHOSE
- SUNSHINE POSTER (11.8″ X15.7″)
- ANIMAL ALPHABET POSTER (8.3″ X11.8″)
- PANDA POSTER (8.3″ X11.8″)
- WHO RUN THE WORLD POSTER (11.8″ X15.7″)
- DREAM POSTER (8.3″ X11.8″)
- OH BABY IT’S A WILD WORLD (5.1″ X 7.1″)
- ANIMAL WORLD MAP POSTER (8.3″ X11.8″)
PICK OUT YOUR FRAMES
What I love about the Poster Store is that it’s a one stop shop. You can buy both your prints and frames all in one place. They have a 10 different styles to choose from (depending on what color and material you want) as well as a wide range of varying sizes. For my daughter’s bedroom I wanted the frames to all be consistent in color for a clean look so I went with white wooden frames. I love how it turned out and am so happy with our decision.
LAY IT ALL OUT
Before you take the jump and make the commitment, I suggest laying everything out on the floor. You can measure your wall to get the correct proportions and try to make sure everything is spaced out evenly. This helps you group pieces that flow together nicely in pattern or color. I always like to start with the largest print a little off centered and then work out from there. Lastly, I added in a few older prints that were already in my daughter’s room because they matched seamlessly.
HANG IT UP
Now that everything is organized, it’s time to hang. I personally prefer these command strips so that I don’t have to actually nail anything into my wall. I’m obsessed with them and use them all around my house to hang lighter weight paintings just so I have an easy option to rearrange and replace if I want to. If something is on the heavier side, I recommend using a nail, but for this project I used only command strips.
Check out how it turned out below:
So there you have it, a few tips on creating a gallery wall for your child’s bedroom. It’s such a fun and easy process that you can do together as a family. Your kid will love it and their white walls will look amazing.
Make sure to check out Poster Store and use the CODE GOLDCOASTGIRL35 for 35% OFF ALL POSTERS (except Selection Posters and Frames). This code cannot be combined with other discounts and is only valid for 1 month.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK! XO
*A huge thank you to Poster Store for partnering on this post. As always, all opinions are my own.