the new living room art gallery i’ve started is still a work in progress, so i’ve been on the hunt for home gallery inspiration. i can’t decide whether i should leave it super simple with just a small cluster of artwork, or if i should really build on the three framed pieces i currently have hanging and go ‘big’ with a bunch of framed artwork. art is so subjective and what you love really depends on what you feel in your heart when you see a special piece that speaks to you — whether is be just one simple photograph that touches you, or an entire wall that works really well together. i just can’t decide, but in the meantime, here are some home galleries that are inspiring me. oh — are some recent resources i’ve found for great artwork are definitely the flea market for vintage (and we’ll be adding more vintage pieces to super marché very shortly, too), chairish, etsy, artists lucy augé, bobby clark and leigh wells — too many to list really, but check my gallery pinterest pinboard for more artful inspiration.
• photography credits in order of appearance: hazel + scout; come see David Hurn, 1979; vtwonen; the no coast; cult of tomorrow; the fashion medley; bobby clark art; hazel + scout; artist kirill bergart face 1 print; bobby clark art; prints by saar manche from the fine store; trendspotting; hazel + scout; the hepworth collection from the poster club; trnk nyc; trnk nyc; 1st dibs; interior junkie; avenue lifestyle; bodie and fou; anne dubois arsland; stadshem; cult of tomorrow; corriere; ikea; james lloyd illustration; trnk nyc; Flow art print by Berit Mogensen Lopez from the poster club.