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How to style a corner gallery wall...

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If you know me, you know how much I love gallery walls! We've shown you a few different ways to create them over the years, and today, we're showing you how to fill a small corner with a mix of great art. Corner nooks are so cozy and are a great way to utilize every inch of space. Plus, gallery wall instantly adds personality and makes it more inviting. Here's how...

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1. Create a general diamond shape with your prints. This is a a great rule of thumb for corners when deciding the layout for your corner gallery wall. We styled the larger prints in the middle and placed the smaller ones on the outside to the left and right. 

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2. Vary sizes and styles! We used large and small prints to create our corner gallery wall to add variety and interest. The key is not to cluster all the same sizes together. We staggered the sizes so that the two largest prints were in the middle at slightly different heights. Then we filled the surrounding space with smaller prints. We also made sure to spread out the original art paintings too so that they weren't all in the same section and there was a mix of canvas with framed prints.

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3. Have fun with it! There are endless possibilities for where everything could go, and chances are it'll take a few tries to get a combination you absolutely love. So don't be afraid to mix it up and try a few different layouts to see which ones fit best together!

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Sources shownBenjamin Moore Palladian Blue paint, Jenny Vorwaller small abstract painting, Teil Duncan beach painting, Framebridge frame, Hiroyuki Izutsu large mountain painting, Framebridge frame,  J. Otto Seibold house painting, Framebridge frame, Ban.do x Chasing Paper Professional print, Malissa Ryder watercolor print, Framebridge frame, Angie Stalker large abstract painting, Jo Chambers floral painting, Framebridge frame Team Woodnote orange print, Kendall Kirk girl painting, Lorena Canals rug, Joybird chair, Target faux fur, Arro Home color block pillow, Target stool, Juju & Jake knot pillow, West Elm flamingo figurine, Targetgreen vase, Target gold pillow, Lab Boutique salmon pillow (past season), Target bookshelf, Bright Bazaar x Grandin Road yellow vase, Target terrazzo bud vase, Anthropologie girl statue, Target wooden box (past season), Ikea gray bud vase, Ban.do round glass containers, The Container Store white laquered boxes, The Social Type salmon box.

{Photos by Lily Glass. Styling by Julia Wester, styling assistance by Jess Hong.