Gallery walls aren’t fit for only fine art. You can display virtually anything that pleases you. The trick is to start with large objects first, then stagger remaining pieces around them with equal spacing, filling in gaps with smaller pieces or ephemera. Select neutral frames like black, white, wood, or metallic, and treat your wall like a canvas. In no time, you’ll have a collection fit for a museum—or, at least, an impressive addition to your own home.
Calligraphy brush, $98.
Black and white ink landscape, $298.
Cast turtle shell on rope, $162.
Pair of green velvet pillows with leopard tape, $240 each.
Above: all from Carolina Furniture & Interiors
Woodblock print, $195.
Mounted horns, $220.
Arrow sign, $27.
Swamp Rabbit sign, $45.
Vintage abstract oil, $295.
Vintage caned bench, $1,895.
Above: all from the Rock House Antiques
Original art by Dorothy Shain, Finding Flora: Southern California, available via dorothyshain.com
Satellite mirror, $118. From 4Rooms