I love to use photo galleries in our house and I share different ideas for photo walls for your home. Most ideas are relatively inexpensive and easy to create!
Old photo wall
I recently added a photo wall gallery to our upstairs hallway, and you can see more about this revision HERE. This gallery is inexpensive and relatively easy to create. You need the following:
- IKEA frames – These frames cost just $ 12.99 and contain 16×20 photos. They also come pre-frosted!
- Photos – I scanned some old family photos and sent them to our local office supply store for printing. They were printed on normal paper, so the quality is not particularly good (but the old photos are not particularly good at first).
And that’s it! This is by far one of my less expensive gallery walls and I love the allusion to our legacy.
I know this is technically not a photo wall, but it’s made of photos that count, right? Silhouettes are a fun way to decorate the walls, and these silhouettes are so easy to create (they’re also very inexpensive).
You need the following:
- Oval frame – I found mine at Walmart for around $ 6, but they were black and I painted them gold. If you prefer not to paint yourself, here are some golden oval frame.
- Digital profile photo – I took the photos on my cell phone and emailed them to myself.
- Black paper – you cut the profile out of it.
- Double-sided tape
You can see that … Tutorial for creating framed silhouettes HERE!
This photo wall near our kitchen is the most requested photo gallery. This was so easy, but it’s much more expensive. BUT the photos came frame AND matted and I just had to hang them up. More details can be found here.
Is the above option out of your price range? Check out these other options that are very similar in appearance!
For this wall, I had inexpensive frames and my photos printed online. The reason why I was replaced was that the frames are cheap and have finally warped AND I love gold!
You need the following:
- IKEA frame – These fit 16 × 20 pictures, but are slightly warped. Try hanging on two nails at the other ends to avoid this.
- Photos – I used an online photo printer for mine.
I made a post about this wall a few years ago and you can read all the details HERE.
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