Typography seems to be the new trend…
Four printed words on Jessica’s t shirt caused quite a stir and sent a nice little message to Carrie Underwood…don’t you just love typography in fashion!
Though some messages….aren’t so true
and others won’t stop complaining…..
All we have to say is that we hope typography in Interiors isn’t this dramatic!
We are proud to announce that the home is finally getting a voice of its own this fall….sending quirky messages, symbols, numbers, and just plain gibberish to its residents
This Graffiti pillow from CB2 bears a sweet message- also comes in a black “SAVE” print
I love this kitchen that was featured in Domino a while back…a simple #16 piece of art gives this kitchen a graphic punch
Can’t really make out what this one is trying to say- but I do know it’s from Maharam!
This photo came from Elle Decor- it’s Nate Berkus’ revamped apartment..(by the way, be sure to check out Carolina Eclectic’s fabulous post on his home!) You can barely see it, but his art in the far corner repeats “God Bless America” over and over
Some more “number art” from a room that was published in Domino. Are those the resident’s favorite numbers? Was he born in 1980? Is he 80 years old? Was that the score of his last tennis match? What’s the significance of 80 I can’t help but wonder!
Cute little magnets on sale at PB Teen. You can spell out whatever you like with these cuties- or even labeling what’s in the storage bin with the magnets would help keep me organized, that’s for sure!
Don’t quote me on this, because you know how quickly my taste changes…but I don’t think in my entire life I would ever spend $400 just to put the alphabet on my wall (from Z Gallerie). I think I’ve got the alphabet down by now! Hopefully it’s meant for a kid’s room- would be cute in there!
This graphic double hook from Urban Outfitters is a cute play on words- only $18
Another CB2 find– a poetry RUG! Can you believe it? Very unique abstract floor script- black and ivory- comes in two different sizes
This new pillow at West Elm is called the Selvedge letter pillow- comes in two different colorways
Or what if you just want a plain monogram? Classic and simple- identifying who lives in the home. I think monograms are timeless. Check out these adhesive ones from Pottery Barn
West elm Country Code pillow
And last but not least, yet another West Elm typography piece- they obviously are in the know! This Brooklyn art insert is my favorite from this bunch- $19- frame sold separately
What message will you put in your home this fall?