Trend alert: Typography

Trend alert: Typography

Who loves typography? does, and so does Lorts!

A recent slide show highlighted the latest trend alert: typography.

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by Jennifer Boles

“No dictionary is required to appreciate this alphabet-inspired trend.  Graphic patterns of letters and numbers are popping up on everything from paper clips to plates.”

For a more simple take on this trend, add a monogram to a furniture piece or pillow, stencil a collection of letters on the wall for a chair-rail, or place a single letter in a space as a decorative accessory.

Lorts 9785 Side Chair, shown with COM

Lorts 857 Chair, 457 Ottoman, 3224 Side Table, 7212 Sideboard, 7214 Hutch

Dish out a generous portion of style with this porcelain serving plate. Number Serving Plate, 12 1/4" DIA, $85. Christopher Jagmin through Michelle Willey: 617-424-6700; Photo credit: photo credit: Lara Robby/Studio D

The source? A recycled sign in the oh-so-hip, style-making lobby of Portland, Oregon's Ace Hotel. Photo credit: Lara Robby/Studio D

Lorts 4103/4110 Bed with Monogram, 1207 Dresser, 1208 Lingerie Chest

Design by Barclay Butera. Hearst Castle Library Chair in Heirloom Orzo & Riviera Sofa in Lapis Mohair. Pillows: Casa Grande Gold - Hearst Castle Collection, Wilde Multi, Honey Basket Weave, Midnight Monogram Photo courtesy

Wallpaper-A dynamic, modern approach to typography from Spanish artist Javier Mariscal. Lletras i Tipos, 20" W, $130 per roll. Tres Tintas through Studio Four: 212-475-4414; Photo credit: Lara Robby/Studio D

Technorati, Lorts, Lorts Manufacturing, Lorts Furniture, Classic Furniture, Upholstery, Interior Design, Bedroom, Typography, Furniture, Barclay Butera, Barclay Butera Home, Desire To Inspire, Elodie Rambaud

Design by French stylist Elodie Rambaud. Photography courtesy of Desire to Inspire blog:

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One Response to Trend alert: Typography

  1. Rosalyn Norena says:

    Decorative accessories should be well made. The quality of materials should be always checked if it is the best. .’;’*

    Yours truly

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