Create your own Photo Wall
Put your pictures on display by turning a blank wall into a family photo wall.
How to Hang Photos
Photo Wall Inspiration
Paintings and Prints
It's very easy to plot and procrastinate but with gallery walls, we think it's best just to dive in. Should you measure? Probably. Think about the arrangement of photos? Sure. But the most important thing is that you give treasured photos of loved ones the presentation they deserve.
In Lauren Adams's painting, deep blue pools on stark white, radiating tonal tints in layered washes. The contrast between the dark opaque color and the transparent shapes and white background lends a dynamic, optical effect. Our giclée reproduction on paper captures the intense color and value of the original acrylic painting, handsomely framed in matte white wood with a white mat. #crateandbarrel #photowallideas #wallartideas #wallartlivingroom
Resembling abstract representations of the cosmos known as mandalas, these lacy rounds are meticulously handwoven of iron wire in delicate, mesmerizing patterns. Set includes three sizes, each with its own unique pattern. #crateandbarrel #photowallideas #gallerywallideas #walldecorlivingroom
Getting ready to deck the halls for the holiday season? Adding a Christmas wreath to your front door is a simple, stylish way to incorporate the Christmas spirit in your home from the moment guests walk in your door. However, there are lots of creative places to use Christmas wreaths in your holiday decorating around the house. Our Christmas wreath ideas are sure to inspire you to incorporate one or two in a few unexpected places.
The things you hang on your walls tell the story of who you are. Leave your walls blank and you’ll feel like you’re living in a hotel. Bring in the right art, photos and wall décor and you’ll have a home with a wonderful sense of culture and personality. Here are some wall décor ideas to help you get started.
Wood reclaimed from doors and building is bleached and sanded before being pieced together in this rustic modern oval mirror. A light layer of wax warms up the wood's natural color, leaving all the unique characteristics of reclaimed wood, such as saw marks, knots, and nail holes, proudly on view.
Referencing mid-century design, this iron wall art piece scatters patina-finished circles in a range of blues and greens on branches of slim wire. Hang the metal wall scupture vertically or horizontally or create a wall-sized art installation with multiple pieces.
Inspired by traditional wind chimes, iron disks dotted with brass soldering cascade in delicate garlands above a sofa or entryway table. Hang this intriguing metal artwork vertically or horizontally, patterning the wall with sculptural dimension and intriguing shadows.
This tangle of delicately formed iron foliage is wall art that's actually a basket. Mounted on the wall, its concave shape creates a thicket of eye-catching, botanically shaped shadows. It can also sit on the floor to fill with magazines or pillows. Each handmade piece is crafted of iron sheet and wire and given an antique bronze powdercoat finish.
Forming a perfect oval, this classic shape frames a simple beveled mirror in a dark espresso stain. This elegant, versatile design can be hung on the horizontal or vertical in combination with our Colette bedroom collection or paired with other pieces. Designed by Blake Tovin, the Colette Mirror is a Crate and Barrel exclusive.
Reading both ancient and modern, this decorative disc has the intriguing appeal of a found object. Made of cast aluminum, the disc is partially etched with concentric circles of intricately texture. Its rich, rainbow patina is created by plating the disc in brass then dipping it into acid to oxidize its surface. Completely black when removed from the dip, the disc is scrubbed to reveal the underlying finish and give it its one-of-a-kind glow.
This charming wall art piece brings out the best of urban living in a composite village of mango, shesham and sal wood houses. Dotting the composition of brown and white houses are black ones incorporating the methods of the Japanese art of shou sugi ban, a home siding technique that preserves wood by charring, cleaning and finishing it with oil.
Passed along from generation to generation, the ancient craft of papel amate was taught to Julio Laja Chichicaxtle by his parents and grandparents. Working with amate paper, handcrafted from six varieties of bark, he learned to create the intricately worked, cut and appliquéd designs associated with the art. Chichicaxtle's creations are a group effort, representing not only his skills in the paper craft but also the artistic contributions of his entire family.
In our Mimosa Flower Print, artist Kim Sweet captures the sunny presence of the graceful mimosa flower, which stars in the desert landscape after a springtime shower. Originally a paper collage, our giclée reproduction on paper dangles simplified yellow floral shapes and draping black leaves on bright white. A matte black frame provides graphic contrast to this eye-catching print, hand signed by the artist.
A painterly snapshot of New York's famous Central Park, Clive McCartney evokes the quiet ambiance of the park and the surrounding skyline at dusk. The earthy browns of the winter scene are enlivened by bits of blue in the roofs and the punctuation of streetlights in this evocative view. Our giclée reproduction of the original brilliantly preserves the layered glazes and harmonious palette of the original oil painting.
Deep blue and purple watercolor washes eddy and billow in this abstract composition by Christine Llewellyn inspired by the movement and color of the sea. uses saturated washes of blue and purple watercolor abstract composition positions solid triangles amid insistent lines. The flow of pigment and depth of color see in the original watercolor painting are recreated with exceptional detail in our giclée print on paper, elegantly framed under glass in matte-white wood.