It’s tutorial Tuesday! I totally just made that up, but seriously, I’m back to show you another great gallery idea. This wall gallery example is set up as an entryway display. What an amazing way to display your family pictures so that everyone will get to share in the joy of them! 

This gallery is similar to the first wall display I shared with you in that it would be great as canvases or acrylic prints. However, if that is not your style, please make it your own! If you are a framed print kinda person, then by all means, frame away! Just keep in mind the space you have available to allow for the size of the frame and the mats should you want your photos matted. If you are framing your prints and you want to keep the glass in the frame, then you should be using a mat to protect the photo from sticking to the glass. It is totally ok to not have glass in your framed prints. The photos you order through your photographer should be the highest quality and they will tell you how to care for your products. 


Back to this arrangement, though. The display above is centered with a large print of the whole family and hugged by images of the precious kiddos. You can easily make each of the side images individuals of the kids if you have only two kiddos. This particular gallery includes a 30×40 and it is surrounded on either side by two 20×20 canvases. 

I hope you enjoy coming up with different variations of what works for you, and I really hope this is helpful to you, if even just to get your mind working on it. Best of luck, and I’d love to see how your wall displays turn out!

Happy decorating,