Creative Gallery Walls in Nurseries and Kids' Rooms

Creating a gallery wall is a great way to display a myriad collection of art, framed or otherwise, and more and more I'm seeing them popping up in nurseries and children's rooms. Installing one can be a bit of an art as you balance different sizes and mediums, but they also allow a ton of creativity. The example above is a mega (awesome) gallery wall, but don't be intimidated by it. Choose a smaller wall or partial wall to fill with the art you've been collecting. Here are ten great examples from kids' rooms to inspire you:

1. Lulu's Art-Filled Dogtown Digs
2. Maxwell's Mix of Old & New
3. Logan's Vintage Charmer
4. Benjamin's Marvelous Mish-Mash
5. Blythe's Fresh, Fearless Nursery

6. Baby E's Nursery
7. Emerson's Colorful, DIY-Crafted Nursery
8. Reed's Soft, Starry Space
9. A Happy Compromise of Dinosaurs & Baseball
10. Reid's Excellent Eclectic Room

(Image credits: Souris Hong-Porretta; Jamie Dorobek; Alison Mellin; Valerie Legere; Taylor Urban ; Life in Bridgetown; Megan Kane; Ruth Eileen Photography; Just The Bee's Knees; Emily Vallandingham)

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.

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