I had the hardest time choosing how style our TV wall so this big black frame wasn't idle on the wall. Suprisingly enough, this was the first space I completed in our home. After much pinterst searching, I knew the only way this odd shaped wall could truly shine was to create a picture gallery. It took the approach of the TV being the largest picture frame (it a sense it is right?) Then I stratigically planned out what sizes and frames I would need to balance out the wall. I started with the middle. These three square picture frames from target fit the width of the TV almost perfectly! Next was to create asymetrical balance to both the right and left of the screen. I created a grouping of frames that were various size and visual weight. Sometimes, when working with a large space, it is easier to break the space into sections. On the Left the 4 grouped frames and sign, I felt, helped to draw the eye over and distract from the parial wall on the right. To the right of the TV, with such a small space I kept it simple with this narrow thin frame and small image to round out the entire gallery!
The best part of any gallery is to fill the frames with meaningful pictures, art, images that will truly tell the story of your home! This being the first house, I placed images from our wedding and first shoot as a family of three! I also added a map of the state park where my husband proposed to me! ...and as any proud, born and raised Texan, a state outline reading "Home is where the heart is"