Gregory's post yesterday on loft living had us wondering how we'd fill such a large, open space. Our go-to decor usually skews cozy and we're thinking large letters would lend a helping hand with a huge room...
Recycled signage from vintage and salvage stores is always a great score (even better if they still light up). We also love how some folks manage to mix up letters in a salon style grouping--adding texture and a color pop to the space. Or, you could always paint a large letter (or two) which allows you to have complete creative control over your design. Using letters to fill a large space also gives you the opportunity to modify the way a traditional monogram is presented--which feels unique and original.
- Letters In The Home
- Good Questions: Where Can I Find Vintage Letters and Numbers?
- Good Find: Antiqued Wooden Signs
(Images: 1, 9, 10, House Tour: Dave and Shyla's Eclectic Loft at The Brewery, 2, 6, 8, Lisa and Clay's Artsy and Calm Collaboration, 3. Minimal Blue and White Open Office Space, 4. House Tour: Joan and Johann's Mission Maisonette, 5. Deckbd's Downtown Loft, 7. Recycled Signage Characters with LED Lights)