Artfully Arranged: 10 Rooms Featuring Inspiring Wall Groupings
Few design tricks catch our eye like a beautiful grouping of art or objects on a wall. An excellent way to showcase a beloved collection and make a visual impact, the technique is also perfect for filling a particularly large or narrow wall space when a single piece just won’t do. Here, we’ve rounded up 10 rooms featuring stunning symmetrical wall displays, from a lovely series of botanical prints (as in the above space by New Orleans’s Tara Shaw) to a show-stopping grouping of blue-and-white pottery, and everything in between. There’s power in numbers indeed.
A grouping of antique maps in a serene corner by Greenville, South Carolina-based Caroline Brackett Design.
A series of black-and-white prints featuring monkeys lends a fresh and playful vibe to Dallas, Texas-based Amy Berry Interior Design’s Euclid project.
Richmond, Virginia-based Janie Molster Designs created a stunning symmetrical blue-and-white grouping in a living room captured by Kip Dawkins.
Atlanta, Georgia’s Susan B. Bozeman Designs creates a welcoming space with botanical prints (left) and adds interest to the narrow section of wall between two windows via a charming grouping in the kitchen (right).
Perfect symmetry and a mix of artwork bring sophistication to a cozy sitting area by Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based McMillin Interiors.
Four figures frame a mirror in an elegant bedroom by Lisa Palmer of Jackson, Mississippi-based SummerHouse Interior Design. See more of the project here.