So speaking of letters, lately, a design trend I've seen more and more of, is letters. Prints of letters, vintage letters from old buildings hung on walls, photos of letters in various places, objects that look like letters spelling out words,even in my simple office I've got the letter H covered in some patterned paper leaning up against my bulletin board.
J is for Jackrabbit by JHill Design. I love the colors and the silhouette of the animal, perfect for a kids' room or really anywhere. I'm also not usually a fan of really light colored wood, but I think the frame in the photo on the left is suited perfectly.
VivaTerra a lovely addition to any kitchen if you have the wall space (alas I do not, sigh).
font supply. I pretty much love all their prints, but this letter stood out to me.
Etsy, this is by far my favorite.
A local store in Geneva, IL called Cocoon had this display on their wall, each letter for sale. Loved the jumbled letter display (however, slightly impractical for a home.)
I've been thinking a lot about where I could another letter up in my house, (I have one in the house acting as a bookend in the living room) and I think there's such a thing as overdoing it on letters. I don't want suddenly there to be a jumble of letters around, I think it detracts from the meaning/uniqueness of them. If I think of another place to showcase one, I'll let you know.