Aris Gallery™ makes it easy for you to create your own portrait gallery right on your walls! The coordinating frames come in white, black or walnut. Choose from multiple opening mats, float frames, wide and thin moldings to add texture and interest to your creation. Frame portraits of your loved ones, places you have traveled, artwork or keep the beautiful leaf backer paper in the frame to add visual interest. See the Aris Gallery Collection!
Hanging art is easier than you think. All it takes is a little creativity and planning. Below are some helpful templates to get you started. Download all the templates and print the right one for your space using the Download button below!
The first step is to look at the space you want to fill. Measure the space and see what portraits or photos you have to fill the wall with.
Download and print out your layout of choice. Using this layout, plan your space and make notes of the sizes and style of frames you are interested in using on the wall.
Once you have your portraits or photos framed, layout your plan on the floor and measure between the frames, making sure you leave even spaces between the frames and on either side of the wall. Place your hangers on the wall and hang your frames.
Horizontal Layouts, perfect for behind a sofa or loveseat, Horizontal Layouts create a line of visual symetry across the wall
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Clustering adds interest to a larger space. Clustering allows you more freedom to mix and match different styles and colors of frames.
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Staircases can be quite tricky! The key to collage over a staircase is to follow the path of the stairs to create a visual balance on the wall.