When you’re faced with a big, blank wall, the instinct is to go for Big Art. But unless your great-grandpa was, say, Picasso, it’s unlikely that a real piece of artwork is in the budget. Before you resign yourself to hanging a—gasp!—poster (or that tapestry from your hippie period), consider putting together a gallery wall. Small art is cheap, and when you add it all together it can cover a lot of surface area. Use these tips to get your gallery wall right:
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