Nursery Gallery Walls Inspiration

Posted by Tori Swaim on 8/6/2013 to Nursery Ideas & Design Inspiration
Design Inspiration:  Nursery Gallery Wall Ideas
We love the trend of a nursery gallery wall in the nursery, kid’s room or playroom!  It is a fun way to personalize a space with photos, letters, momentos and more.  Mix together framed art, mirrors & even faux animal heads.  We’ve selected some of our favorite nursery gallery walls for your inspiration!

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Arrows are hot in the nursery, and we are smitten with this nursery wall filled with pink, white and rustic arrows.

One of our most pinned nursery wall gallery images is in this rustic nursery.  All of the picture frames are second-hand purchased in garage sales and at goodwill.

This grouping is a nursery is full of whimsy and color.  Pull together photos, frames and more to create a fun wall display in the room.


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In a playroom, create a gallery to display children’s artwork.  Framing children’s drawings & paintings is a great way to show your kids how proud you are of their creations while at the same time decorating the walls.


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This display of coordinating framed art is adorable over the crib.  Love the "hello" and fox plate!




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Pull together colors in the room on the wall with display of color coordinating artwork.  Mix different shapes and sizes to give interest.



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This nursery gallery wall full of fun tribal wall decor, is to die for!   Rustic framed prints with a white faux moose head works together perfectly!



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Other items to consider for your wall gallery: clock, framed fabric, framed onesies or baby shoes, shadow box, letter monogram, shelves, art ledges, vintage finds & more. 

The easiest way we have found to hang items on the wall, is to first lay it out on the floor, and then eyeball it on your wall.  The more whimsy, the better!  Your gallery wall can be the focal point & masterpiece in any room!  

Best of all,  you can do this on a budget.



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