I realized I had been putting off hanging art in our living room for weeks and weeks because I wanted the gallery wall in there to be perfect. But this month, we've have a ton of house guests, so it pushed me to hang some art sooner. It never ceases to amaze me how hanging art makes a home feel personal and alive.

I like how the line of the staircase breaks up the arrangement. Those stairs are not cute to me (more on that later - ugh), so I feel like this is a making lemons out of lemonade sort of thing. 

These are my favorites from 20x200 (who is offering up SIX gift certificates today!). I've got my eye on a few of these below. They are available in several different sizes, so I'm thinking about an over-sized print for another wall in the living room (which I think would help balance the gallery wall).

This one might be my favorite of the bunch here.

I always liked this book series, but I recently noticed one of the prints hanging in the 5th Ave. J. Crew, and the colors and the texture are unbelievable in person. Definitely on my wish list now.

I'm intrigued by everything Iceland has to offer. HERE

Oh, the colors! HERE

I'm picturing this blown up very large with a simple black or oxblood red frame. HERE.

Oh, Christian Chaize, I just can't quit you.

A little geometry helps to break up any gallery wall. HERE.

Horses are such lovely, emotional creatures. Don't you agree they make for amazing art subjects?

I buy fabric on this street almost every week. HERE

I love how pretty these balloons look in the morning light, but also I feel like they probably saw some stuff go down the night before, yeah? HERE.

This prettymap series is clever. Is your city available?

I like how this print is sweet, but the double image keeps it from going into precious territory.

I can't put my finger on why this one is so arresting for me. HERE.

This artist photographs images, prints them out and manipulates them to create a new image and photographs the result. So cool.

I grew up in a place where fog didn't really happen, so every time I come across a mist in the morning, I can't help but be fascinated. It's so dreamlike. HERE.

The 20x200 site is jam-packed full of lovely, thoughtfully curated art prints. With the holidays right around the corner, I know I'll be doing a little shopping for friends and family. I love that I have so many price options since most of the 8x10 sized prints start around $20.

If you'd like a chance to win the $200 gift certificate or one of the five $20 gift certificates, please look a little around their site, choose your favorites, and leave a comment with a links on this post.

Contest closes Friday, November 2 at midnight. The winners will be chosen randomly and emailed - so please be sure to sign in or leave your contact info in the comment. Good luck!