1,129 letter decorating Bedroom Design Photos

Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
Carcary Residence
Ideabooks4,723
Questions5
where are the big letters from?
letters on the wall from blue moon trading company
great use of industrial letters
Large letters; mirroe
live the metal letters
BIG metal letters Patina
Say it with lettersSometimes being obvious and spelling it out is fun, and why not have a little flirty amusement in the bedroom? Let the more amorous letters of the alphabet inspire you, as with these hugs and kisses.
Wall decor...Industrial Letters...The letters...xo decorations...large wall letters
“Rustic” — molzwhitehair
Heather Merenda
bedroom-mural
Ideabooks4,738
Questions1
These renters took a wonderfully inventive approach to decorating using stick-on letters to draw attention away from a rather homely door.
stick on letters to hide an ugly door ...
Stick on letters for laundry area
Contact paper letters- lots of possibilities!
Words to live by. Make a bold, graphic statement with vinyl letters. Why it works:
approach to decorating using stick-on letters to draw attention away from a rather homely door. I love the sentiment, because it also applies to our imperfect living spaces: Instead of waging war on them, learn to love them.
Words to live by. Make a bold, graphic statement with vinyl letters.Why it
19. Contact-paper wall art. Using an overhead projector, this couple traced letters from a photo onto shelf-liner paper. They're renters, and the contact paper can peel off easily when they move. See this house: Passionate Repurposing
“The wall” — Claudia Maria
H3K Design
Hidden Desert South
Ideabooks678
Questions1
Where can I find the mirrored letters over the bed? There are absolutely gorgeous...
I like the big love letter in mirror.
LOVE LETTERS...can it be done with PEACE?
king bed in grey: Casabianca; A-832 accent chairs: Blueprint; rug: Alonso, Joss & Main; white acrylic coffee table: Design 849; “Love” letters: Ammable Lettering, Design 849; Ludlow Nightstands: Modloft; lamps: Century, Z Gallerie; dresser: iL Vetro, Casabianca
“modloft ludlow nightstand http://modloft.com/store/Nightstands/Ludlow-Nightstand” — MODLOFT
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Eclectic Bedroom
Ideabooks3,090
Questions9
Where did you get those letters from?
the decoration, pillows
Wall decor...Letters on wall...wooden letters...wood letters
“Colours” — ttsives
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
14 Reviews
Brooklyn Townhouse
Ideabooks206
Questions0
Fun letter "a"
Light up letters...THE DECORATION...Lighted letter...Letter rug pink
“S instead of A” — samanthaperna
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Mary Prince Photography © 2012 Houzz
Ideabooks2,843
Questions5
like the big letter on wall
decor, not so much the colors though
RED LETTER...wall letters
“Chalk writing as art” — kauabunga
Jen Chu Design
Tiny Bedroom
Ideabooks1,651
Questions3
manually cut the text out of contact paper (it only took about 4 hours) and stuck it on a vinyl roller shade from Home Depot. It works great, none of the letters have ever fallen off.
manually cut the text out of contact paper (it only took about 4 hours) and stuck it on a vinyl roller shade from Home Depot. It works great, none of the letters have ever fallen off. December 7, 2013 at 12:09PM Like
Home Depot roller shade with contact paper hand-cut letters.
Know no limits!Don’t let the size of your bedroom restrict how you decorate it. This space is beautifully styled and packed with pieces that would normally belong in a much bigger room. The chandelier, for example, almost fills the ceiling, but what a fun, luxe statement it makes!
“I manually cut the text out of contact paper (it only took about 4 hours) and stuck it on a vinyl ro” — bgullick
Caitlin Wilson
Philadelphia Penthouse
Ideabooks7,538
Questions8
Fairy territory. A print that includes coral and lilac, like the one shown on the headboard here, would make a good starting point for a balanced decorating scheme."
Fairy territory. A print that includes coral and lilac, like the one shown on the headboard here, would make a good starting point for a balanced decorating scheme.
monogram put on pillow covers or hand towels. Have your house numbers monogrammed onto cocktail napkins. Create a DIY monogram using stencils or iron-on letters for a budget-friendly project.
Fairy territory. A print that includes coral and lilac, like the one shown on the headboard here, would make a good starting point for a balanced decorating scheme.Tell us: Do you love coral? How do you use it in your home?
“Fabric” — mem2120
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