Artwork and vintage photographs in a wide range of sizes create a dynamic gallery in the corner of the living and dining room. Mixing up the shape, width and color of the frames keeps the eye moving from piece to piece.
Vintage transportation-themed black and white photos make a creative gallery wall above the changing table. In the corner of the nursery, a cozy armchair and soft pouf stand at the ready to cuddle parents and baby.
This kitchen isn't huge, but it has tons of personality and functionality. Designers turned the stairwell wall into a bright gallery and tucked a cafe table into one corner for casual meals. The base of the handsome petite island is Eucalyptus wood.
A portion of the dining room wall was removed, opening the space up to the kitchen and making room for a new kitchen peninsula. The framed items in the corner gallery were found in the house and are from the former owner.
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson filled an empty corner of this century-old kitchen with a chic, vintage brass bar cart. A simple gallery wall adds interest and maintains the room's blue and white color scheme.
Framed artwork and photography make up the focal-point gallery wall in this contemporary blue living room. Boxy furniture, including an oversized ottoman, defines the seating area. A tripod floor lamp adds quirky character to the corner of the room.
One corner of this home's living room was turned into an attractive dining area with the addition of a white tulip table and chairs in bold black. Using not just one, but two walls to make a gallery of vintage art and photographs helps define and enclose the space.
Modern-meets-eclectic in an expansive, airy sitting room. Mona Lisa smiles from a graphic, red print situated just off the resident laundry room. A myriad of mismatched artwork hangs under gallery spotlights on the far wall. Farther still, a sleek, wood and glass staircase beckons from the far corner of the room.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson created a cozy, relaxing corner in this spa bathroom with a sleek soaking tub and built-in ledge perfect for holding candles or a glass of wine. A small, linear gallery wall adds color to the monochromatic space and boosts the room's spa-like ambiance.
This turn of the century home used to have a dysfunctional flow, but the French doors that used to lead into the space have been moved to the corner of the room to allow a more comfortable flow. The navy, tufted headboard now rests where the entrance to the room used to be now rests in the opposite corner of the room to give the couple a bit of privacy. The gallery wall to the side of the bed gives the space a bit of contemporary charm, while the pillows that adorn the bed help to add complimentary colors to the space.