Creating a Gallery Wall With Desenio

Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Gallery walls are the sh*t. I've been wanting to create a gallery wall for a long time now. I moved into my brothers old bedroom a few years ago and have slowly been making it my ideal little haven over the years, and a gallery wall was one of the final finishing touches. When Desenio offered to send me a few posters for it, I jumped at the chance.

I opted to make the gallery wall a statement area above my headboard, and went for the oh-so-blogger-esque pink cacti theme, with black and white prints around it. Pretty much all my furniture in my room is white, so to mix things up a bit I opted for a mix of white and gold frames.

I am so happy with how it turned out. It was a bit stressful deciding on the prints, sizes and where to put them all but I think it's just perfect! If you fancy getting yourself your own posters from Desenio , they've kindly given all my readers a 25% off code for two days only! Simply type in 'lucycole' in the checkout, but be quick it's only valid until the 17th August!! (Not valid for handpicked frames).

What do you think of my new gallery wall? What colour theme would you go for?

*This post is in collaboration with Desenio
Lucy x


  1. You have such a beautiful bedroom, loving all the natural light. I love how the frames are all different sizes. Very eye catching, will certainly be checking out Desenio. xx
    Coco Bella Blog

  2. Lucy, your bedroom looks like something out of Pinterest! *heart eye emojis all around*. We've got a couple of desenio prints and they are great, plus they've quite affordable too! xx

  3. I just ordered a print from desenio and I'm waiting for it to arrive. I loved how you mixed up the frames, it really adds something! Also I am also in live with cacti but my boyfriend isn't as into them so I had to opt for something different.
    Elizabeth || Liz Living

  4. I love how you style these prints, the frames are so simple and stylis. I've been meaning to have a nosy on Desenio, thanks for the code Lucy!

    Hanh | hanhabelle

  5. Your room is gorge gal - looks like such a little haven! I love the pink and cacti themed prints, would definitely go for those ones - shame we cant put anything up in our rented flat but the bigger ones might look nice standing against the wall rather than affixed maybe. I've got interiors on the brain at the moment so I really enjoyed this (especially the photos obvssss) xxx

    Sophie | Sophar So Good

  6. You have a gorgeous room Lucy, it’s so stylish and chic! I’m lovin’ those prints too, they really add something. My bedroom colour scheme is silver, a warm grey and purple/lilac so we have a fairly similar look. It took ages to get my room the way I wanted it, but it was fun picking out little bits at a time. Great post, thanks for sharing! :-) xx

    Helen | Helen’s Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

  7. I love how it sits above the headboard, looks fantastic!

  8. Ooh, those prints are gorgeous! I would probably go for a blue, gold, beige sort of theme.
    Aleeha xXx

  9. Love your gallery wall, Lucy! The dusty green and pink tones are beautiful. I've been meaning to get some prints from Desenio for ages so I might give it a go :) x

  10. Love the look of gallery walls! Your colour palette is so pretty as well x

    A Little Treat | Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

  11. I love how it turned out, I love how pintrest esc it looks.

  12. Desenio are such an amazing company!! Your bedroom looks amazing, such a nice colour scheme xx

  13. This room is absolutely gorgeous - so light and airy! I love the prints too :) xx

    Jessie | allthingsbeautiful-x

  14. That looks absolutely gorgeous, I am going to have to do something like this in my bedroom!

    Danielle xx

  15. It looks amazing! I always find these are a little harder to put together than you think. Love Desenio too x

    Tiffany Tales | Lifestyle & Beauty

  16. Omg this looks so pretty! Love how you styled this. I definitely need to find some prints for my room!

    Nicole | The Glam Surge


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