Gallery walls have been one of the most sought-after home décor trend over the last few years – just take a quick scroll through the Gram and you’ll see it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, so whether you prefer a carefully curated selection, a mash up of typography or a more eclectic mix, this is a great way to inject your own personality into any space. Check out some of our favourite pieces below to get some inspiration for your own collection.
Escape into the wilds with this striking Misty Art Lake print from Abstract House, perfect to compliment those moody, dark interiors. Abstract Art boasts a covetable collection of original pieces, prints and picture frames handmade in the UK – prices start from £3.
Embrace mid-century simplicity with these two abstract geometric prints by Print Punk Studio from Athena, £25. There’s a range of statement art by this York-based designer available in the online store – perfect whether you opt for Scandi style or a retro vibe.
Check out Instagram-favourite Desenio for Stylish wall art that reflects the latest trends in interior design. Whatever your style there’s countless designs, from photographic prints and classic black & white images to modern abstracts and illustrations. A great value way to create an scroll-stopping gallery.
These stunning illustrations comes from the Natural History Museum’s archive and is available from Made.com. The triptych whale print is a combination of work from Archibald Thorburn, John Reeves and Dr. Hermann Burmeister – and a guaranteed talking point. The three framed A2 prints is priced at £199.
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Named after various aspects of ancient mythologies, The Dark Knights is a set of three limited edition artworks by Robert Oxley, £2,150. This hypnotising collection embraces cool-toned purples contrasted with the bright yellow in the cats’ eyes and fur accents. Robert has taken inspiration from animal deities in ancient mythology and brought them bang up to date, hoping his art will highlight the importance of protecting these ever-important and powerful animals. You can view in store now at Castle Fine Art, Mailbox.