Happy Friday! Just two short days left before the big day! I know everyone’s schedule is packed, but I wanted to pop in with a quick post of one area that I didn’t share in my home tour. It’s the wall behind my sofa in the living room. This space is always a challenge for me. First, it’s difficult to photograph because of the large living room windows that create a glare on glass. Second, it’s a large, blank wall. But, I came up with a small Christmas gallery wall for the space that, after many tweaks, I’m happy with!
I sort of staggered the images left to right and moving up – sort of like steps. The frames are all what I had on hand. Starting on the left, the NOEL image is one I created and I’m adding it to the free printable library so you can download and print if from your home. You can print it to any size at your local copy center. I printed this one as a 16″ x 20″ at Costco. You can also print it on your home printer as an 8″ x 10″. To have access to my free printable library, you just need to subscribe to get my posts by email. You can click the subscribe button in the header above or use the button at the bottom of this post.
The first middle photo is my favorite Christmas picture of my boys. It was taken when Seth was two or three at a local Christmas tree farm. It brings back lots of fun memories of that day! I purchased the snowy forest photo from Etsy HERE. It is a downloadable print. I also had this one enlarged to 16″ x 20″ at Costco.
The final two images in the gallery wall are a vintage silhouette sledding scene and an enlarged vintage pinecone graphic. It’s also available from my free printable library. I am working on something using the silhouette that I will share with you in January.
Thanks for taking time out of your busy day to stop by and see my Christmas gallery wall! I have a few more things to share with you before Christmas Day. I’d love to do a walking tour of my home at nighttime that I’d post on Facebook and Instagram. If I do that, it will be on Sunday! Let me know if you’d like to see that.
Yes, I would but no pressure from me, have a wonderful holiday!
You showed us your lively living room. Thank you. Why did you use the same photo basically three times?
You have a beautiful home! I am sooo in love with blue..calming. Could you please tell me where you got the beautiful blue n white area rug in your living room? Thanks
Hi, Deborah. It’s actually black and white and my furniture that you thought was dark blue is actually black. I have a hard time capturing the true black because of glare from the windows. The rug is from Wayfair. Here is the link: https://www.wayfair.com/rugs/pdp/one-allium-way-jerome-charcoalbeige-area-rug-oawy1790.html?piid=15253419#readmoremodal1
Love your gallery walk and can’t wait to see what you share with the silhouette in January. And yes the walking tour would be wonderful to see.
I love the silhouette sleding scene and can’t wait to see what you will be doing with it.
Thank you for sharing your gallery. I love it! Merry Christmas to you and your family!
The photo of the boys is so sweet. Are you able to share the source of the green pine tree image on the adjacent wall?
I love this room and the gallery wall is so beautiful.
It looks great, I especially like the silhouette!
Very warm and inviting and love the wall art Thank you for sharing
God bless and Merry Christmas
H yes!!! Walking tours are fun!!! Maybe post Saturday night before Christmas Eve? Unless that’s your night of family time.
I love love love the room. It is so dramatic. Just stunning. You’re an amazing decorator. How you change a few items and the entire room has changed completely. I also love where your tree is located because its image is reflected in the mirror over the mantle. I think you’ve given all of us such a treat plus many ideas!!!
Thank you so much!!
Absolutely. I would love to see the evening walk through tour.
Would certainly love to see a nighttime lights tour …
Love the wall, and the mix of different subjects! Excited to have yet another great printable available!
Thanks, Doreen! And sending Merry Christmas wishes!
Hello, I just discovered your site. Love everything so far. My biggest question is how do you hang so many different things on your walls without doing permanent damage? I use 3M Comand items a lot but they can’t help with the very heavy items such as the sled. Thanks for sharing.
Hi, Kristina! Great question! I typically hang things like the sled with nails into studs or if it’s really heavy, screws with anchors. Yes, it does cause damage – but nothing some spackle and paint can’t fix. Command strips are great and I use them a lot, mostly for framed pictures.