Farmhouse Style Gallery Wall for Spring
Since we’re officially into spring now (yay!) I thought it would be perfect timing this week to share my farmhouse style gallery wall looking all fine and dandy for spring. I first shared this staircase gallery wall last year and it’s honestly one of my favorite spots in our home. It’s full of collected treasures and antiques and many of the items on this wall have sentimental meaning. Everything has a story to tell or brings back a special memory of some kind. It’s really a special little spot. Well over the past few weeks I’ve been adding a few touches of spring here and there to brighten it up for the new season. It’s been such a fun project to work on and I’m excited to show you how it’s looking now!
So I left the bulk of what I had originally on this wall in place, but I did add a few new things in for spring. The first was that adorable fresh flower market sign. You guys, how cute is that sign??! I found it at Mangolia Market on our trip a few weeks ago and I knew right away that I wanted to use it on our gallery wall. It was the first thing I picked up! Paired with those hanging metal planters full of purdy springtime flowers, I just love what it adds to this wall.
I was inspired to make this little GARDEN sign when we were at Magnolia Market. They had a huge one just like this in the garden shop and I fell in love with it. I thought a mini-version should be perfect for our gallery wall this spring and summer. It was super easy to create. Let me know if you’d be interested in seeing the tutorial, I’m always happy to share!
I used a few of my extra vintage seed labels from France on this wall as well. Spot them there in that old frame? I just glued three of them to some burlap and voila! Easy spring-time art in five minutes.
The thing I love about this wall is that it’s a collection of things I’ve gathered over the years. I have lots of old pieces and antiques that are sentimental to me, like the chicken feeder (from my childhood home), the brown spindles (from my great-grandfather’s chair), and the coat hook (from a hall tree my father made when my parents were first married). Combined with a few newer pieces I’ve picked up recently, or things I’ve DIY-ed, this wall is full of memories and history. And I have to say, it really is one of my favorite spots in our home. If you have empty wall space in your staircase, or anywhere in your home for that matter, consider gathering up some of your favorite things and creating a gallery wall for yourself. Think outside the box when it comes to what you can include in the collection and don’t limit yourself to the typical wall decor. Get creative and use it as an opportunity to express yourself and showcase the things you love.
Thanks so much for being here today, I always appreciate it. I’d love to hear what you think of my farmhouse style gallery wall for spring. And be sure to ask if you have any questions!