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New home, new gallery wall! I’m finally sharing a peek into our pretty pink living room area and I couldn’t be more excited. Read on for more details and a closer look at our colorful, vintage inspired gallery wall!
Vintage Inspired Gallery Wall
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Nook: Vintage Peacock (50 x 70 cm)
As you know, we moved to our first house recently and we’ve been trying to update it a little at a time. Now that we’ve got most of the big things tackled, I thought it would be a great time to begin working on the walls! When we lived in our old apartment, we updated our space with a pink gallery wall and honestly, it was one of my favorite things about our decor. I had my husband pick out the images with me so that they could reflect both of our styles and it was a lot of fun to do.
Since we’re in a new space, I wanted to update our walls with some new pieces. Once again, I enlisted the help of my husband to narrow it down. Desenio has SO many different prints in a variety of different styles – they really have something for everyone! And they have it nicely organized so you can easily find the styles you like. My husband and I decided on the styles that we both liked and went from there. We both tend to lean more toward vintage prints, iconic moments and images that remind us of something we love.
One of my favorites of the bunch has to be the amazing vintage peacock print. When I saw it, I just knew that I had to have it! And I knew that it would look amazing in our little nook area! The colors are such a dream and work amazingly with my plethora of dried florals. It’s also the largest print that we have so it makes a statement without being over the top.
For the living room gallery wall, we mixed in some of our old favorites with newer prints. We kept the vintage style with imagery that reminded us of our favorite travel destinations – Paris, Palm Springs and Hawaii. We also kept the same pink, black and white color palette but also added in soft blues and greens to compliment my fabulous pink chair and to tie in the emerald green from our dining room chairs. And since the majority of our home is grey, the warmth from the luxe gold frames and the happy pop of pastels are a welcome addition. Plus if we ever get bored or want to change the prints out for the season, it’s super easy! 🙂
What do you think of our vintage inspired gallery wall?
What prints would you choose?