Picture this: How to create a clipboard gallery

Hang a grid of simple clipboards and you’re ready to create an ever-changing gallery of prints, postcards and kids’ art

This informal display idea looks great in a kitchen-diner or office. Use identical boards (they don't have to be fancy - in fact, plainer is better so your pictures really pop).

clipboard gallery

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Think about what goes where - try not to put too-similar prints side by side as your display will lose its laid-back look.

Here are the key pieces we've chosen for our display:

Clipboards, £2.99 each, Ryman (opens in new tab)

Rose Botanical art print, £18.80, Rifle Paper Co range, Northlight (opens in new tab)

rose print

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‘Home is...' print, £25, The Lovely Drawer (opens in new tab)

white printed letters

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Cactus print, £11.50, The Motivated Type range,
Notonthehighstreet.com (opens in new tab)

cactus print

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‘A' print, £13, Eleanor Bowmer range, Notonthehighstreet.com (opens in new tab)

letter a print

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‘B' print, £13, Eleanor Bowmer range, Notonthehighstreet.com (opens in new tab)

letter b print

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Balloons print, £14.95, King & McGaw (opens in new tab)

balloon print

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‘Take a hike' print, £12, Typo (opens in new tab)

nature print

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‘Dream big' print, £5.40, MiniLearners range, Etsy (opens in new tab)

dream big print

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Shelf Life print, £15, Seventy Tree (opens in new tab)

shelf print

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Pigeon print, £22, Pui range, Scout Editions (opens in new tab)

grey pigeon print

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Other prints shown in main picture

She Be Fierce print, £16, Old English Company (opens in new tab)

Monochrome cards, £5 for four, Rastall & Daughters (opens in new tab)

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Holly Walsh
Holly Walsh

Holly Walsh has been Content Editor at Ideal Home since 2021, but joined the brand back in 2015. With a background of studies in Interior Design, her career in interior journalism was a no-brainer and her passion for decorating homes is still as strong as it ever was. While Holly has written for most of the home titles at Future, including Livingetc, Country Homes & Interiors, Homes and Gardens and Style at Home, Ideal Home has always been her ideal home, and she can be found sharing her expertise and advice across both the printed magazine and the website too.