TYPOGRAPHY – saying it with style

January 1st, 2014 | by Patricia Lockwood | Comments

Incorporating typography into your décor

communicates your message with style.

Make a statement and surround yourself with the written word.

Here are some examples to inspire you.


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Here are my two top picks –

Antique Typewriter Keys are decals with a modern twist for your home or office (Etsy)

Ink wallpaper designed by Lorenzo De Grandis is my all time favorite (Wall & Deco)


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Wall Letter Eat Sign (Etsy) has a retro vibe.

Vintage typeface Brass Plaques inspired by antique letterpress provides a graphic impact (Crate & Barrel)

Custom Vintage Bus/Subway Scroll (Etsy) allows you to create a piece with  your memorable places or quotes.


Typography 2

Service with Smile takes a simple message to a new level with this vintage gas station sign (1st dibs)

The Boardwalk sign adds a punch of personality in this black and white stairwell (interior novice blog)

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The Tell-All Ouija Board inspired bamboo mat is simply delightful in any setting (missmustardseed.com)


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Chalkboard sliding doors offer limitless opportunities to share your story (décor pad)

Why limit yourself to floors and walls – try the ceiling to spread the word (stardust-decorstyle blog)


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Elle Décor took it up a notch by featuring the glamorous faceted mirrored letters by artist Doug Aitken (Elle Decor)

The affordable Black and Cream Typography wall mirror is fun and funky (Lamps Plus)


Typography 3

Various sized woodcuts comprise a graphic three-dimensional framed mirror by Jo Mead, circa 1960 (1st dibs)

Love your Location stenciled mirror with longitude and latitude (designinpiration.net)

A great DIY project shows antique mirror with a favorite stenciled poem (Dan le Townhouse)


New Logo_2_2      written by Patricia Lockwood, Interior Designer 

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