Proof that the pen is mightier than the keyboard, the art of handwriting is on the comeback trail. Fonts, letters and cursive penmanship are once again cool for school and interior design, too. Calligraphy decor is the “write way” to go for style.
With a nod to vintage flashcards collected from antique shops around the world, Diva Pyari’s Calligrapher Monogram stoneware canape plates serve up the alphabet with eclectic style. $8.00 each.
Subtle yet sophisticated, the USA-made “If I had a flower” leather sign is imprinted with a romantic quote by 18th century English poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. $48.
Inspired by mid-century modern cinema marquees, the Multicolor Mini LED light box changes color (from clear to red, green and purple) and comes with 100 changeable letters and symbols. $29.
Made of sturdy iron in a bronze finish, Alphabet hooks make it easy to spell out what goes where. $24.50.
Get cookin’ in the kitchen with this striking piece of calligraphy decor. Embellished by cooking measurements in graceful cursive script, the Conversion comfort mat adds a dash of culinary chic to kitchens. Available in three sizes, including demilune. $41.25-$59.25.
Want your home to have all the write stuff? Score an A for awesome with accent pieces like these.