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I’ve got art on my mind these days as I’m working on expansion of my own art prints online and also updating spaces around my home with personal and collected pieces.

Symmetrical grid art arrangements are timeless, as a pair displayed vertically or horizontally, as a triptych across a sofa or bed, or a large group of the same frame varying the art or photography within the borders of the mat.

I’m not a huge fan of a cluttered gallery wall with every inch filled, I prefer to see a little space around the artwork or have it cleverly hung or displayed in an asymmetrical way that still feels balanced. I gathered up a few displays that I found inspiring for their creative approach to grouping with my “notes to self” written above.


scatter frames and small canvases across brass rail shelves

summer house style



arrange trio of ocean paintings in vintage wood frames

serena & lily


display large and small canvas paintings in vintage wood frames

 becca interiors


cluster an even numbered set of pencil frames and hang them asymmetrically

pottery barn


stack smaller frames below a trio of frames hung from rails

laura jenkins


equally space varied size frames in a larger grid

house nine


hang groups of four as a corner focal point

jean stoffer design


layer frames across a picture ledge in varied heights

urbanology designs


arrange a collection of matted abstracts in gold frames

meredith ellis design


layer botanical prints on the wall and above a mantel

pottery barn


scatter art across a long console, large scale and smaller format, hanging and leaning

cassandra lavalle


make the arrangement follow the staircase angle

via apartment therapy


pair landscapes, one hanging, one leaning

bria hammel interiors



create a trio on the right to balance the TV on the left

francois et moi



vary frame sizes above a floating shelf

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fill vertical space with asymmetrical arrangement

anne sage


You might also like these examples of clustered art displays and or these different ways to display black and white art.

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