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