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A gallery wall makes a memorable impact on any room, but it can be a challenge to piece one together in a cohesive way. There are a lot of moving parts to a gallery wall — frame designs, poster and print choices, and frame sizes — which means you have a lot of decisions to make. And depending on what you settle on, you could be looking at a hefty bill for such a simple project. Good news: There’s a simple hack that can take one (or more) of those decisions off your hands.

To make gallery wall assembly more accessible and less intimidating, some stores now offer gallery wall bundles to give you a cohesive, professional look. Essentially, these stores sell curated, bundled prints in similar colors and aesthetics that you can buy framed or print on your own.

Intrigued? Check out some of our favorite options below. 

There are hundreds of creators on Etsy taking the guesswork out of gallery walls. You can buy everything from neutral sets, to boho compilations, to eclectic bundles, depending on your aesthetic. You can’t beat the price, either. Some print-your-own sets cost as little as $8 for five prints. Of course, you’ll have to do the framing, but at least you’re not starting from scratch.

Minted offers everything from art pairs to entire sets, but with even more purchase flexibility than Etsy. With Etsy you get a dedicated set, but with Minted you have more freedom to mix and match. To access Minted’s collection, go to the Art Pairs and Sets tab, which will display all the available art sets. You can then either buy an entire set or filter the paintings through medium, styles, and colors, and pick and choose that way.

Those who want more of a “fine art” aesthetic on their walls — and have the budget to do so — should check out Chairish for curated gallery wall sets. The resale site takes the guesswork out of matching art by creating bundles that feature a series of different artists. The end results are eclectic and fun.  

Marlen Komar

Contributor

Marlen is a writer first, vintage hoarder second, and donut fiend third. If you have a passion for finding the best taco joints in Chicago or want to talk about Doris Day movies, then she thinks an afternoon coffee date is in order.