This year, resolve to give that wall—you know, the one you stared at all of last year—an update. One easy strategy? A curated constellation of art called a gallery wall, a versatile style that’s become a decorating favorite. Interior designer Rachel Vanek of Littleton’s Inside Stories shows us how to nail the look.
1. Up Front
Choose a wall in a room visitors might actually wander into—you want people to compliment your handiwork, right? In this Broomfield client’s guest bedroom, Vanek filled the space above the headboard, so it’s the first thing overnighters see when they enter.
2. On Theme
When selecting your artwork, photos, and curios, Vanek recommends working around a…