When creating your own home gallery, the first step is to choose your art, and we’ve selected 22 of our favourites for you to explore. When mixing different works, you must consider the scale – not only if they fit your designated wall space, but how they will fit together. It’s one big jigsaw puzzle.
It's also worth considering whether you want a uniform look, with matching frames, or would like each piece to have its own personality. For extra peace of mind, do a dry run – lay the works on the floor to play with your composition. If in doubt, check our tips on how to create a stylish gallery wall, but always keep in mind that the most important thing is to be creative and have fun.
This photograph captures the serene tranquillity of Limeslade Bay in Wales. Photographer Phil Brocklehurst is just one of the artists sold through Artists and Objects, an online interiors platform that promotes the work of UK based artists and makers. £80, artistsandobjects.com
The abstract paintings of artist Jon Llewelyn, the man behind Formworks, are inspired by his fascination with mid-century architecture, design, colour and form. His broad spectrum of colour options means you'll spot something to slot into any room scheme. From £175, formworksstudio.co.uk
Introduce plant life at home even if you don’t have green fingers with a botanical art print. This example with its bold palm, banana and elephant ear leaves sits strikingly against a deep navy background. £65, oliverbonas.com
Liv Ann van der Laan, the Dutch visual artist behind Lou Lou Avenue, produces figurative works as well as the abstract mark making shown here. You can pick up her pieces at The Poster Club, a Copenhagen-based brand that showcases the work of mostly Scandinavian artists. From approx £40, theposterclub.com
This graphic illustration of a group of women is an homage to female friendship and a heady dose of summer from Desenio, which has an extensive collection of artwork to suit every taste and budget. From From £8.95, desenio.com
Expressive and charming, this portrait of a dog is by San Francisco-based artist Cat Seto. Add it to a well-curated home gallery for an unexpected curveball. £198, anthropologie.com
Artist Daniel Götesson, known as Ekta, produces works with Swedish lifestyle brand Fine Little Day. Founded in 2007 by designer and photographer Elisabeth Dunker, its whimsical aesthetic is applied to fabrics, tableware and an extensive art print collection. Approx £55, finelittleday.com
The graphic designer brothers behind Printed Goods, Raphael and George Greaves, look to classical mythology as inspiration for their artworks. You’ll find images of Grecian goddesses, serpents and architecture of ancient civilisations, all with a contemporary twist. £25, printedgoods.net
Amsterdam-based graphic designer Milou Neelen’s print label ‘Hotel Magique’ is named after an artwork she painted on her own wall. Her work is eclectic, from vintage-style holiday posters and slogans to bold, graphic shapes. £34.38, hotelmagique.com
Bring joy to your walls with a floral print from the mind of Swedish artist Astrid Wilson. This is taken from her ‘Market Prints’ collection, which is a series of designs featuring flowers from different flower markets across the world. From £29.90, astridwilson.com
This nostalgic artwork by English-Italian artist Chiara Perano of ‘Ciao Chiara’ is available at stylish stationers Papier, whose past collaborators include Luke Edward Hall, Matthew Williamson and pattern pyjama brand Desmond & Dempsey. From £48, papier.com
This enigmatic photograph of a running boy has something of the 1949 film noir, The Third Man, about it – it's likely to be the conversation piece of any gallery wall. £45, rockettstgeorge.com
Interiors stylists and friends Melanie Molesworth and Julia Bird both left a life in London to head to the West Country – Molesworth to Dorset and Bird to Cornwall. Their new lives and homes near the coast inspired a venture creating art prints using locally sourced seaweed. £95 each, molesworthandbird.com
Buy a piece of original artwork without breaking the bank at Partnership Editions, a collective of artists across different media. Jonathan Schofield, whose work is part of the Royal Academy’s permanent collection, is one of our favourites on their books. £300, each, partnershipeditions.com
For a series commissioned by the British Fashion Council in 2018, Amelie depicted the collections of three British designers – Georgia Hardinge, Mother of Pearl and Katherine Hamnett, whose black pants are shown here. The Paper Collective’s vast collection includes work by Norm Architects. From £20.04, papercollective.com
Photo artist and magazine editor Kate Friend’s botanical portraits shine a light on familiar flora. Other studies include ‘Orchids’ and ‘Fuel’, where she captures 100ft waves. From £100, katefriend.com
This series of artworks are produced in small batches by hand and screen printed using water-based textile ink on tea-stained recycled paper. The images are inspired by the white plasterwork found in Mediterranean villas. From £105, aeamd.com
London artist Caroline Popham works with paint and cut paper collages, often in a palette of nudes, pinks, navy and black. From £750, carolinepopham.com
This piece by founder of One Nine Eight Five Eleanor Nadimi was one of the first figurative female nudes of the recent revival. It explores the societal pressures on female appearance, especially within social media. 15% of the sales go to support Beat, an eating disorder charity. £45, onenineeightfive.co.uk
This artwork is taken from a section of an 1897 woodblock print wallpaper by celebrated Arts and Crafts artist Walter Crane. The original is held at the V&A, whose extensive collections have inspired other King and McGaw prints. £145, kingandmcgaw.com
This hand-pulled limited edition screen print casts the Southbank's iconic brutalist Hayward Gallery in strikingly simple lines. Find plenty more London landmarks in their online shop. £40, shop.southbankcentre.co.uk
Print Club London deal in limited edition artworks by independent artists, so are a brilliant resource. Maxine Gregson’s piece is inspired by lyrics from the Joni Mitchell song This Flight Tonight. £120, printclublondon.com
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