Home Typography Tuesday

Today's "Home Type Tuesday" is also a "Let's Talk" post. Now you know how much I love my home decor and typography but the perfection part of my personality goes a little nuts with this arrangement. So what about you? Would you just throw some letters up on the wall without creating a word? Do you like this organized chaos or do you like your type neat?


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(image from Living Etc)

13 comments:

Maureen @ Modecor said...

I like the organized chaos....think of all the words that can be created from the "jumble"....means a lot of staring at the wall, also great entertaining game

Lisa Ferguson said...

Love to LOOK at, but too much to LIVE with { for me }.

Connie @ Sogni e Sorrisi said...

I think I like it better without forming a word, kind of messy looking.

leanne said...

i like it - i find my eye searching out words like a game of scrabble! I don't know if i could live with it forever though.

Deyano Manco said...

I like it visually but probably better in a retail application. Although I could see a whimsical use in maybe a child's room.

Holly Johnson said...

I love the "organized chaos"--it is consistent in its randomness, and I love that. The different sizes, weights and colors create a great rythm! Plus it is fun to see what associations come up with the way the letters are ordered (words?).

Brittany {Gallery No. Eight} said...

I like it! I think it can be hard to do 'organized chaos' and have it look good, but I think in this case it's awesome!

Gina @ Temporary Nest said...

Thats beautiful. And I love that its not in a nursery. I feel like most people relegate the alphabet and letters to the spaces meant for little people that don't know it yet! And why can't us big people- who know it already- appreciate it too! Great image find!

Karen @ Emerald Interior said...

I love it, I love the different sizes of the letters and the arrangement. Great focal point.

rubyrhino said...

I'm loving the organised chaos - more relaxed and uncontrived for me! Thanks for sharing. Hannah

Melissah said...

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Thanks for providing me with such great entertainment!
Cheers
Melissah

Debbie@Vintage Scout Interiors said...

I love it, but I am partial because I have something like this in my house. I collect vintage letters but limit them to my family's initials. It's funny how many people come into my house and ask if they spell something.
Debbie
www.vintagescout.com

Leah Haydock said...

Love it! But I want to try to make words out of the letters