Looking for a new twist on the gallery wall trend? Perhaps a little something to show your personality? This wreath gallery wall tutorial is just for you! Adding greenery to the inside of various sized frames can look amazing on any wall. Then, showcase the seasons by changing the wreaths throughout the year. Want to see how to pull this look together? Just follow along below!
- Darice Wall Frames of various sizes (pick from the selection for the finish you love)
- Premade Wreaths
- David Tutera Mini Wreaths
- Greenery Garland
- Darice Embroidery Hoop or Wreath Form
- Floral Wire
- Darice Burlap Ribbon
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
- Jute Twine
- Pick frame sizes that will both work well with your wreaths and work well together in the space you have on your wall.
- Remove the glass from all frames.
- Lay the frames out on the floor to get an idea of how they will look on your wall. You can also cut pieces of paper the same size as your frames and tape these on the wall to get more of a visual. Anything to help you see the gallery wall before making a bunch of holes in your drywall.
- For the wreaths, you can use premade wreaths or get creative. You can also use garlands wrapped around embroidery hoops or wreath forms and secured with floral wire. You might even try mini wreaths in cool configurations inside a frame. Lay these out inside the frames on the floor as well to get an idea of what will work together.
- Once you have a layout and wreaths that will work, it is time to hang your wreath gallery wall. Hang the wreaths inside of your frames with a bit of twine or even some hot glue and burlap ribbon. Then hang the entire thing in place on your wall with nails or screws.
Then all that is left is to step back and admire your work! A unique wreath gallery wall may be just what your space needs.
I used a slightly rustic frame and burlap for my wall but you might choose a more modern frame and finishes for your version.
You have a ton of options and can really make this project to suit the style of your home. Everyone will love this unique twist on the gallery wall home decor trend!
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