You don’t need to exhaust your eyes anymore with unoriginal wall art. There is no need to fill the empty spaces of your home with many pictures of family holidays or weekend escapes. It is a time to make a promise as I did and to exclude black and white picture frames from your interior right now. Exception make the small population of décor dreamers, which are more than happy to explore new home ideas, but if you are not, don’t worry, because we are sure that at the end of this post…you will be!
Now you are waiting for our surprise for you today? I won’t wait anymore and will share few amazing typography wall art ideas. We have covered before some DIY wall art solutions covering ideas from textured fabric to up-cycled green décors. As our readers love them all we decide to give you some more creative and unique wall solutions.
Distinct Typography Art and Murals Over the House
There is no need to start looking for what is missing in your wall décor. The artwork that will show you today could be additions to the simple characters in your home and definitely can revive every dead space. You are wondering how one words and letters can be used with very different function. In the first few photos you can see how the Roman alphabet (commas, periods and etc.) are used for symbolic beautiful wall art with own artistic realm. Such wrap-around text cannot be seen every day and it adds sophisticated look of this pure country-styled home.
Typography For Freshly-Painted Nurseries
You just finished the new nursery room in your home and you don’t know how to accessorize it. We will suggest you some DIY name plates for the joy of your little sunshine. You definitely can create them if you don’t have problems to outline scrap plywood from Home Depot’s recycle box. Below are some typeface inspirations.
More Than Just A Name
There is a time when we are just out of ideas, then it will be great if “Carpe Diem” pops up in our minds, but if not hopefully there are plenty of inspirational quotes that we can use. Personally my favorite is Dr. Suess, but what about you? Whose words of wisdom you will choose to place on your wall?
Arial, Bold, and Size 1000
Per our opinion every font gives off different attitudes. For industrial lofts we suggest chunky block letters, while for Upper East Side houses could be appropriate script typefaces.
Do you know that the way you express your interior, speaks about your inner psyche. Usually we express it with music or art but not typefaces. Thus you can unveil unexpected and uncommon results. For example take the music room below. We have a good looking cityscape mural, but what it shines is the pink caption “Rockin The City”. One tip to keep in mind, just be careful when you are choosing the color of letters. When you are not sure about it, just think for the vibe that your room will exude.
Now after we have some designer ideas how to use typography and the ways of their incorporation in our home design, just share which are your favorite below!