Monogrammed Decor Accents

Monogrammed decor accents – a fun, little way to zhush up a desk, bed or powderoom.

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Monogrammed Decor Accents

I’ve talked about my love for giving monogrammed gifts before, but I don’t think I’ve ever done a post about my affection for monogrammed home decor.

From the Leontine Linens on my bed and vanity above, to more affordable finds like the tissue box on my night stand below – I’ve rounded up my go to sites for monogrammed decor accents

Be sure to scroll through to the bottom for the full round up of sources.

 

monogrammed decor accent in bedroom with large monogram on pillow
 
Having grown up in a family of graphic designers, I’ve always been drawn to stylistic fonts and letters.
 
If you also love the graphic punch a monogrammed item can add to a room, I’m sharing some of my favorite ideas and sources here today.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adding a monogram to an every day item can really elevate these pieces to the extra ordinary.
 
For example, a tissue box or a simple hand towel is a great piece for a fun monogram.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lastly, to help you even further with your home projects, download my FREE DESIGN CHEAT SHEET, it’s loaded with all sorts of quick tips and handy measurements. Click here to grab that, it’ll be super helpful!

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Anonymous wrote:

    I've often thought of gifting my step-daughter with monogramed item, but she has retained her maiden name. If the gift is for the shared marital home, what's the etiquette in this situation? BTW, love your blog! #hardtogift

    Published on 1.9.18 · Reply
  2. Great question. If it's a personal item, like a cosmetic bag or a tissue box (first photo above- those are my initials, not mine and my husband's combined, like on our guest towels and pillow cases) I think it's fine to use just her initials.

    Published on 1.9.18 · Reply
  3. Gretchen Montgomery wrote:

    I would love to see your ideas on visually separating an open plan living, dining, and kitchen. Having always lived with walls and doors, this open concept is tough, especially if you like different feelings and colors for each room. Thanks for your blog. It is exceptional!

    Published on 5.10.21 · Reply
    • Sue De Chiara wrote:

      Sure, that’s a great ideas for a post! Thanks so much!:)

      Published on 5.10.21 · Reply