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    gallery wall

  • MYkind: our art wall.

    02.22.2012 / myKind

    Our dining room is one of my favorite rooms we’ve renovated (the before and after is insane!), but it still needed… something. There are a lot more somethings it needs (a Swedish trunk to house party games, for one!), but this past weekend, Ken and I tackled a big to-do off the list: our monochromatic gallery wall.

    And yes, my entire house is pretty monochromatic. I can’t help it. Anyway, here’s a quick shot (the how-to video will be live on our HGTV.com column next week) of how it turned out, along with a source list for all of that lovely art!:

    gallery wall

    Clockwise, from top left: Gelato by RibbonSquirrel, Little Fox by Little Studio, Arrow by Twig Creative, Egg by John Gusky, Debbie Carlos calendar cutout, Balance Sheet by Tsilli Pines, Oh, Darling by Fifi du Vie, Vogue – Nov 1960 by Leombruno-Bodi (Conde Nast store), Man with Rabbit Mask by Andy Warhol (Art.com), Sarah McNeil (old print), If You Want to Be / B by ConiLab.

    Happy shopping!

    • Lovely! I love hanging art work in my house, I try and change it around every year

    • Me too, Callie! :)

    • It looks great! I love the combination of inspiring quotes and beautiful photography

    • This looks great! I love that dining room, y’all did a perfect job. Would it be possible to find out about your light fixture? My husband and I both love it.

    • @Glade – absolutely! the lighting is the spica light from iacoli & mcallister – it’s GORGEOUS!:

    • I saw “Man with Rabbit Mask” in your collection on Art.com and had to buy it for my own wall. John Updike’s “Rabbit Run” series is my absolute favorite and I feel like this photograph is a perfect summation of the Rabbit character.

    • This is wonderful, Erin! It’s so funny, because I LOVE monochromatic, when when I actually decorate, I lean towards warms tones and lots of colors. Your home looks so FRESH!

    • @alaina – oh man, i love that piece SO much!

    • @rebecca – that’s SO funny! i’m actually the opposite; i love patterns and color and texture, but i like my home monochromatic! crazy, yes? :)

    • Looks perfect! The arrangement on the wall is working really nicely together. I’m a big fan of scandinavian style too.

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