How to Create an Office Art Gallery
Image: Smitten Studio
One space in the home that should be surrounded by inspiring beauty is the office. If you work from home, then you are spending hours and hours in your office. I’ve visited many offices that feel cramped, dirty, chaotic and completely uninspiring. There are quite a few tips and tricks to design an inspirational vibe and one of them is creating an art gallery.
An office art gallery doesn’t necessarily mean framed, matted art. Above, we see print, pictures and cards that have been randomly arranged and attached with washi tape. The art looks fantastic against the black wall.
Image: Eva Black
If you are afraid that you might change your mind often about the art selection, attach it using wire and clips. That way when you want to switch prints and pictures out, it’s as easy as 1-2-3.
Image: Coco Lapine Design
For a classic look, pick art that is muted and neutral. Also, don’t feel like you have to match the color and wood of the frames. Using a variety gives your office art gallery texture and character.
Image: Casa e Trend
If you have a picture book that you can’t get enough of, use the images as a collection for your gallery wall. It’s a budget-friendly option and an easier task than finding a plethora of different prints. Again, you don’t need to frame them. Just attach with tape, clips or tacks.
How do you showcase art in your office?