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Decorating With Calligraphy

Ever since I started calligraphy as a hobby (and later turned into a business!), I’ve tried to come up with tasteful ways to incorporate it into my home decor. Calligraphy is a huge trend right now and there are so many options and styles out there so it should be easy to find something that gives the perfect hand-lettering accent to your home. Personally, I like having something that I can change easily whenever the mood strikes as well as some old faithful pieces that always stay the same.

Here are a few different ways you can add a pretty hand-lettering touch to your home.

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

This is my little kitchen chalkboard that I write sweet notes on. Perfect for people like me because it can be changed on a whim!

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

This perfect pair at the Be Inspired headquarters is so simple but makes a big statement.

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

If you’re not confident in your own calligraphy skills, catch this DIY Calligraphy Pillow tutorial over at Style Me Pretty.

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

If DIY isn’t really your thing, Anthropologie has these alphabet plates that your dinner guests would appreciate.

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

Keep it simple, with a framed saying.

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

Go bold, with a whole chalkboard wall like this one at the Salt House Inn – imagine the possibilities!

Mrs. Vintage Blog // Decorating With Calligraphy

Can’t find the perfect frame? Julia clipped a quote to a clipboard as an alternative – creative and  stylish! This photo by Greer G is of Julia’s home!

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