10 templates for picture walls & photo walls
Three is always a safe bet in any type of composition. With paintings in the same size and frames in the same color, the painting wall holds together in a stylish way. If you choose a larger motif in the middle that is flanked by two smaller ones, more dynamism is also created.
Here you start from a center horizon and place the paintings above and below the line. Because the horizon creates a harmony, you can be freer in the placement of the posters.
Let the motifs rest in a straight bottom edge or hang in a straight top edge so that the eye has something to relate to when it seeks balance among all paintings.
If you choose to place your paintings standing on a chest of drawers, a cupboard or on the floor, let the most prominent ones, usually the larger motif, stand in the back and the smaller ones in front. It is also nice to combine standing that leans with mounted paintings.
In this picture wall of four motifs, the frames are symmetrically placed on each side of a straight vertical line, where both the upper and lower edge may line. This collage is well suited for a standing wall.
Here you start from three equally large motifs and place them in each direction from the center. The smaller motifs are then placed around.
SMALL BOARD WALL
Two sizes of paintings are used here and this combination is well suited for slightly smaller walls. The space in the lower right corner is fine for a piece of furniture, or a pedestal with, for example, a flower.
LARGE BOARD WALL – LOCATED
A large wall where the paintings can have space on the width, this template is suitable for. For example, over a dining room table, in a hall or over a sofa.
LARGE BOARD WALL
This combination is based on three larger paintings and four smaller ones. The three large ones are placed like a windmill, ie they point in three directions and the smaller paintings balance up for the larger ones.
Keep in mind that you can combine different sizes of frames to the same size of items. Passepartoutguide: