How to choose wall decor that goes together

How to Coordinate Wall Decor


Are you stuck on what to do with the empty walls in your house right now? Or maybe you’ve had the same decor up for YEARS and you are just over it at this point. Or, if you are like me you want to change it out every few months and rearrange your wall art like you do your furniture! (anyone else??)

I’ve created a breakdown on how to add personalized wall decor that looks amazing together. We see the beautifully structured gallery walls everywhere, and they are great for a room or two in the house- but they are easy. Sorry, it’s the truth. Gallery walls are kind of played out. The hottest design trend in decor is to carefully curate your walls so they show your personality, culture and interests.


Your walls should reflect the favorite things in your life. Big and small. Favorite vacations, people or even animals. There is a tasteful and cohesive way to incorporate your personality thru your wall decor.


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Desert Farmhouse Inspired

Checkout this modern Desert Farmhouse inspired wall decor arrangement for your living room, dining room or bedroom!

Use one main piece that embodies your color palette that you can pull pops of color from in your other wall decor and room accent colors.  In this example I used the Desert photography for the main source of color and pulled the gold/brass, green and soft blush color in the abstract art. The gold frame adds a border around the centralized design and mixes up the framing in the room to contrast the white border around the photography art.   Mix in different textured art. I love this woven rice paper art because its neutral and 3D. It is a perfect transitional piece for any color palette.

  • Mix Photography with abstract paintings, textured art and a mirror to add visual interest to the room.

  • Use one main piece that embodies your color palette that you can pull pops of color from in your other wall decor and room accent colors. In this example I used the Desert photography for the main source of color and pulled the gold/brass, green and soft blush color in the abstract art. The gold frame adds a border around the centralized design and mixes up the framing in the room to contrast the white border around the photography art.

  • Mix in different textured art. I love this woven rice paper art because its neutral and 3D. It is a perfect transitional piece for any color palette.

  • Include some form of a mirror to brighten the space and make it feel larger. The gold frame ties in the gold frame on the abstract art and the brassy tones in the photography art. The round shape breaks up the linear lines from the other artwork.

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Global farmhouse inspired

A mix of Tribal,Indian and Farmhouse decor!


Mix those materials! Use woven fabrics, wood, artwork and feathers to shake things up on your walls.   Using one underlying wood tone through all 4 wall decor pieces and adding subtle pops of color pulls the entire color palette together.   Your walls should be a collection of things you love, in this arrangement you see African, Boho, farmhouse and Indian inspired pieces for a global and collected look.   Your wall decor should be a representation of your life’s journey and interests.
  • Mix those materials! Use woven fabrics, wood, artwork and feathers to shake things up on your walls.

  • Using one underlying wood tone through all 4 wall decor pieces and adding subtle pops of color pulls the entire color palette together.

  • Your walls should be a collection of things you love, in this arrangement you see African, Boho, farmhouse and Indian inspired pieces for a global and collected look.

  • Your wall decor should be a representation of your life’s journey and interests.


Traveled Modern Farmhouse Inspired

Perfect for Living Rooms, Guest Bedrooms, Master Bedrooms, Offices & More!


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  • Just because its neutral doesn’t mean it has to be boring! Using bold pops of black and white creates a neutral drama that goes with a variety of color palette options.

  • Baskets make fantastic wall decor. Add a natural woven fiber basket to your wall to add instant texture and pattern.

  • This bamboo mirror adds an organic texture and geometric pattern for visual interest without being overbearing. It ties in the gold frames from the artwork as well.

  • Add botanical prints for pops of “greenery” without being so literal with it and use the shadow prints.

  • Include a black and white photography shot from your favorite vacation to add a personal touch to your arrangement.


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Desert Farmhouse Inspired  Checkout this modern Desert Farmhouse inspired wall decor arrangement for your living room, dining room or bedroom! #howtopickwalldecor #modernfarmhouse #bohofarmhouse #howihome #coastal #artwork

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