Varied fonts dance across this wallpaper, adding a playful layer to the bedroom. It would work perfectly for a teenager but has enough sophistication to transition to adulthood.
Free-form alphabet letters meld into an abstract whole in this arresting piece of art.
Raise your hand if you miss old-fashioned typewriters. Just me? OK then. Regardless, this take on clacking keys is an appealing nod to nostalgia.
The vintage-look alphabet wallpaper in this space, set off by a midcentury-style floating cabinet, is just plain cool. It's intense, so too much of it might make your eyes ache, but an accent wall or a powder room would yield just the right dose.
I'm crazy about this twist on the gallery wall: a grouping of letters in different colors, styles and patterns.
This bold chest recalls the days of movable printer's type. It would be an obvious choice for a home office or a library, but I'd also use it as a sideboard in a casual breakfast area.
A, E, I, O, U and sometimes Y — these twin alphabet prints bring that old grade-school mantra back to mind. And how cute are those umlauts at the end?
So I cheated. This is a child's room, but I'm throwing it into the mix because those brightly patterned, crisp and graphic letters are just too pretty not to make the leap to grown-up spaces.