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Let your walls to the talking with trendy typography
Add some inspiration to your home with graphic artwork that contains a message
Bored of your normal artwork? Liven up your walls with typographical prints instead. Whether you're looking for a humorous quote of an inspirational message, there's a typographical print for everyone - here's how to nail the trend
Wake up to words
If you want to start the day in the right frame of mind, pop a typographical print in your bedroom. Choose a positive quote that wakes you up with a life-affirming message, or a funny line that gives you a smile. To keep sleepspace calm and restful, opt for prints that aren't too bold and bright. The monochrome design in this bedroom was created by influential Instagrammer (and Taylor Wimpey home dweller) @pauls_grotto. It works well with the neutral scheme to add a brilliant touch of character to the space.
If you work from home, provide some motivation by displaying typographical art near your deskspace. Here, a column of picture ledges contain a few word-based prints - the neat layout maintains the organised feel of the office, but the messages add character to the space. In a work area, go for prints with a message that inspires productivity and creative thinking.
Get creative in the cloakroom
In the downstairs loo you can dare to be different, as it's not somewhere you're going to stay long enough to get bored with the decor. Put a smile on your guests' face with some quirky graphic word prints, and choose something humorous that will make them laugh. Display your typographical art in full view - over the sink is a good position, as it can be read while someone is washing their hands.
Make it childsplay
You can have fun in your child's or teenager's bedroom by letting them display some funny and positive word-based prints on the walls. It's a great way to liven up their space, and gives them the opportunity to add their own personality to the room. The prints here tie in with the flamingo theme in the rest of the space by including a hot pink image of the bird and basing the message on the same topic.