Initial Thoughts — Fresh Monograms for Home

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Letter shop. That’s what I decided to do for you today. It’s nice to add a personal touch to your decor, so inspired by the vintage button pillow that some of you found in my Color Wheel of Surprises, I scoured Etsy for sassy initial items for your home. I found so much that I’m following up with Part 2 tomorrow.

I hope you enjoy these gems, and maybe invite one into your home. The monogram artists featured here offer dozens of other initial treasures, so be sure to click the links and check out their shops. Have Fun!

I adore the graphic patterns available in Ophelias Remedy’s Key Holders (top).

Alexandra Ferguson’s 100% Post-Consumer-Waste Felt Pillows are vivid and planet-friendly. Amazingly, the soft felt is made from about four recycled-plastic water bottles!


Paula’s Petal Pastries creates these Monogram Wreaths for wedding decor, but I think one would be fab in an empty corner of your home.


An outstanding example of the abundant vinyl wall decals on Etsy is this Decal Headboard from ShaNickers.


Kelsy Henke’s Letter Artwork from her Professionally-Photographed City Signs is so compelling. What a fun and funky way to show off your initials.


DIY a bit and add Say it With Style’s classy Family Monogram Decal to your store-bought frame.


Here’s our pillow-making friend Letter Perfect Designs with a Vintage Button Initial Plaque.


Sop up your cocktail condensation in style with Wags Creations Monogrammed Coasters.


Finally, whisk yourself off to Paris on a whim with L. Young Studio’s romantic Eiffel Tower Initial on Canvas.

I continue to be floored by some of the work that independent artists offer on Etsy; it’s nice that we can help to support their endeavors.

Letter us know (couldn’t help myself) which item is your favorite!

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