This gallery wall hits two birds with one stone by solving the tricky decorating conundrum of making a television look attractive, while also attractively displaying family photos. All the elements have a special meaning to the family, which is the best kind of decor! See more at Bless'er House.
This timeless, light-and-bright gallery wall showcases a young family. The neutral colors perfectly tie in to their other decor, creating a seamless way to highlight personal portraits. See more at A Burst of Beautiful.
This gallery wall from Mama's Dance is chock-full of nostalgia and manages to show personality without portraits. It features a wooden cutout of the family's home province of Alberta, photos of their favorite spot in New Zealand, and sweet embroidery samplers with homespun messages.
This gallery wall from Rain on a Tin Roof is proof that finding your style doesn't have to be expensive. It features an eclectic mix of thrifted finds, DIYs, heirlooms, and family portraits. The homeowner estimates the whole thing cost less than $20. Impressive!
This space combines the function of a drop zone with a stylish vintage gallery wall. A coat rack and mail basket blend in with the overall gallery and complement fun accents like a metal key, vintage eye chart, and family photos. See more at Golden Boys & Me.
This savvy designer curated and created this lovely gallery wall over time, as chronicled on her blog Rooms for Rent. The result is a combination of family photos in beautifully coordinated rustic frames and meaningful pieces that help tell the story of her family.
Quirky art and family photos in bright frames make this gallery a testament to the homeowner's love of family and fun style. See more at C.R.A.F.T.
This built-in DIY photo display perfectly accentuates family photos with a white backdrop and dividers. The phrase "flamly" on the pallet wood sign is not a misspelling, but rather ties in with a sweet family inside joke. Perfect for a sentimental statement! Get the tutorial at Seeking Lavender Lane.