Gallery Walls: Monochromatic Addict
Posted by Allison Thomas on Nov 11, 2015
Our gallery frames are popular for a reason. Not only are they timeless and incredibly versatile, but they are also the perfect, simple solution to creating jaw-dropping, gallery worthy art walls in your home. Easily create a cohesive art display by using frames of the same color. Enter, the monochromatic addict.
This stunning gallery wall found in the studio of Swedish Creative Art Director, Stylist and Production Manager extraordinaire Katrin Bååth does black and white right. There's almost a whimsical, ethereal feel to her images, and the desaturated look in the top piece stands out while still blending with the overall aesthetic of the display.
This look can be achieved with our most popular frame, the Matte Black Gallery Frame.
Taking a walk on the light side, one of the best parts of using all white frames for your gallery wall is that the art and space can be as colorful as you want. Case in point, the inspiring office of photographer Gray Malin.
To let your color flag fly, use our white Gallery Frame and your artwork and accent pieces will do all the talking.
Where better to get your gallery wall inspiration than from an actual gallery with featured images from Swiss Photographer Linus Bill. Wood frames keep it natural while keeping us interested. Similarly to framing in all white, the au naturale look isn't trying too hard and is ok with the art taking center stage.
Our Natural Wood Gallery Frame is confident that it can adorn your walls in passive splendor and give you this last monochromatic gallery wall look.