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Big, bold lettering

Every now and then I mention my love for graphic elements in a space. Large letters (or numbers) is one such method of adding something bold and graphic to a room. Whether they be vintage from a marquee or new cut from wood I think it's a decor element that is fun and in your face. I've got some vintage gas station numbers I found on Etsy that I used in my bedroom (photo below) but I'd love something much bigger eventually. So here are some examples...

Freunde von Freunden

James Merrell

Lucyna Kolodziejska

Chris Court

Living Agency





Chris Court

Du côté de chez vous

my bedroom


Tim Street-Porter

Living Agency

Apartment Therapy



Petra Bindel

And always a favourite of mine, from 47 Park Avenue...

Reader Comments (5)

A good place for letters...Anthropologie! I'm always tempted to pick up a "D" or "L." Michael's also carries an assortment of monogrammed letters that could easily be spray-painted over or left alone.

5 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDanielle L

So bold, so effective!

5 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRazzle Dazzle

I love lettering too. Been looking for just the right font and size for a while but still can't find what I want.

5 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLittle Kar Star

I love the rooms with just a single oversized letter. You really don't see that often. I'm so used to seeing words like "Eat" in the kitchen.. which is a bit lame in my opinion.

5 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJoey

Love it kim! We recently changed the art in our living room and printed a large "L". Just editing the pictures right now.. E-mail you to show you for fun!

6 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLeclairDecor

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