The Old Courthouse contemporary-hall
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The Old Courthouse

Nathalie Priem
Example of a mid-sized trendy carpeted hallway design in London with white walls — Houzz

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Brenna Malmberg added this to How to Display Lots of Photos Without a Perfect Gallery Wall
1. Layer up. Forget about trying to perfect the spacing between frames on your gallery wall. Instead, go with a more organic, easy-to-move option. Create this eclectic gallery by layering framed photographs on a shelf. No more nailing each frame into place — just install the shelf (or shelves) and move your frames around as needed. As you print new photos or find new frames, you can swap them in or simply add them to the collection.To get a curated and designed look, mix up the sizes, colors and frame materials.Pro tip: “Select images and frames that all sit in a similar color palette, perhaps selecting one key color that runs throughout,” interior design photographer Nathalie Priem says.

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Paintings photos lean and overlap

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