There is a reason that designers tend to be obsessed with typography, whether they are involved in graphic or interior designing industries. The combination of words and a visual medium can be a powerful one. For that reason, many people will seek out inspiration using typography for their own designs, including interior designers and decorators. Today, Design Build Ideas presents 6 reasons for why you should combining interior design and typography, as an element in interior design and decoration. Check out!
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Typography’s main point is to ease communication and recognition. Use it to talk to your guests and make a point in an artistic way. A must if you own a shop or bar.
Typography can come in such beautiful fonts and shapes, it has an intrinsic decorative element to itself that you can explore into interior design. Besides the shape, a word is an abstraction that carries emotions and memories by itself that you can bring in to the living space.
You can cleverly use typography to signal locations to your guests and ease their efforts to find what they are looking for.
A simple statement attached to a brand is enough to strengthen if used in the right context. Explore this side of typography along with a decorative element to really impress your clients.
Typographic Lamps are a trendy thing! You can light up a room or a commercial space to draw more attention to it. Nelly Rodi, a trend forecasting agency, will once again make use of these on their exhibition at Maison & Objet this September.
Just pick up some vinyl lettering and stamp your favorite quotes for that daily motivation at the start of the day. There are tons of DIY’s on pinterest that will teach you how to create some amazing decorative letters.
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