Gallery Wall Inspiration for the Den

Happy Monday everyone. We always like to start Mondays off fresh and with a little inspiration, so let's jump right in.

Ever since we moved in to the new house, we've just had a big mirror above the couch. Before we used the room as a den it was staged (for the show) and used as an office, and our TV room was upstairs. We put the TV upstairs because we really wanted our downstairs to encourage conversation over everyone watching a big flat box together, and also because we knew that if we didn't have specific a reason to go upstairs (i.e. to watch television) than we would never use that space.

Well, turns out we never used that space anyway. Like maybe 2 times, maybe. For some reason it was an inconvenience to walk up the stairs just to watch TV?? We really can't explain it, it's just how it felt #itiswhatitis. We kept the air off while we weren't upstairs too, as the upstairs and downstairs are on different HVAC units, so we would have to turn it on each time we went upstairs. We're cheap, okay? ;) We ended up putting the TV in the den about a month ago and we have our two couches facing each other with the TV in the middle. This is the wall with the mirror above it and where our future frame wall will be:

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SO, all of that to say, we haven't really done much to this room and we are itching to finally tackle it! If you've ben following us for a while, you know we have a thing for gallery walls, and we think the big wall above the couch would be the perfect space for one. Gallery walls have a way of cozying up a room and are a chance for you to display art or pictures that you think are beautiful. If it's done right, you really can't go wrong with a gallery wall because they've always been "in" and aren't going away any time soon.

Without further ado, ere are the looks that catch our eye the most:

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So what do you guys think about frame walls? We've had one in every house we've lived in and will probably have a few in this one. We tend to lean more towards the collected, eclectic look when it comes to the overall feel of them. We can't wait to get started on this project!