Amazingly Beautiful Ideas For Typography DecorationsInterior Design & Decor
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Words can easily inspire, fast becoming one of the most popular decorating methods invading massive amounts of homes. And there are a multitude of ways to present typography, all attractive in their own unique sense.
1. Framed Up
Having typography framed up is probably the most common display method used, and it adds a nice touch when hung up in a secluded and cozy corner, or even if simply placed on the floor leaning against the wall.
They're not the cheapest, but some stores do offer a range of lighting available in individual letters, which add a quirky touch to any home. If it's too expensive to purchase an entire word, even a single letter or punctuation is statement enough.
3. Chalk Board
This one has a DIY element attached to it, which actually involves you drafting the typography yourself. It's definitely worth a try if you're talented at art, since you'll be able to customize it completely.
Typography inspired furniture isn't the easiest to scout for, but if you happen to chance upon any, we'd say go for it! It'll definitely be the piece every friend talks or asks about when they're over, and you'll be the envy of many.
If you're planning to utilize tiles for any section of your home, consider adding a word or phrase in. It'll be a unique touch, and something we're sure only a handful of home owners have actually executed before.
6. A Whole Corner
If you're that invested in typography, create a corner to showcase your love for it. It doesn't have to be too complicated, just enough so the gorgeous typography can speak for itself. Sticking to a minimal set of colours works too, preventing it from becoming a distraction.
7. A Whole Wall
If you'd like a typography feature wall is strong enough to create an impact as well, even if it consists of only a single letter. Just like in the picture, even if it's done in a secluded spot by the corridor it looks lovely.
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