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Gallery walls can be tricky, especially when displaying art of varying sizes. Hanging multiple frames can be an art in itself (or a real pain, in most cases), so I was thrilled to stumble upon this room designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber, showcasing a stunning gallery wall that could not be easier to execute.

This solution is perfect for anyone who doesn't want to fuss over the layout: use the same frame, same mat, and stack all the artwork close together, avoiding any spacing between frames. It's a no-fail coordinated look with high-impact. I love it!

Photo credit:
Architectural Digest, photography by William Waldron

Author: 

Reiko Caron

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