Writing on the Wall
We live in an era where literature has taken a turn towards dystopia, utopia, urban fantasy and so many more genres that were only just a distant forethought in the past. An entire community of bloggers call themselves ‘book nerds’ and convene for Lit Clubs and online communities where fandoms ship their one true pairings and register for fan events. It is an entire subculture of the internet genre, and of course there must be some reflection of that in the interiors that they live in. Recently, a woman painted the entire first page of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone onto her feature wall, and that is the kind of interior scape that we’ll be discussing today. Writing on the wall may have been considered a childish execution of an artistic form back in the past, but today, it has become a huge trend. Not only does it give a distinct vibe to the interior ambiance, it also gives the person an opportunity to add a bit of a personal flair to their space in the most intimate of ways. Today, we’ll be looking at a few interiors that have managed to execute this expression pretty well.
Media wall affair
The media wall may be the feature of any living room space, but in this particular scenario, it is the writing on the wall that takes the prize. Done in simple and stylistic formation, it manages to capture the eye of the viewer and exhibit a bit of your most intimate thoughts into words – a truly bewitching idea.
The chalkboard revolution
A mostly industrial affair, the chalkboard revolution has been trending as low key shabby chic across the globe. It is a casual but effective idea that can give you an opportunity to lay out the artistic individuality within you while enhancing the ambiance of your interior.
Writing on the wall can be an effective form of advertisement via interior design for commercial activities like restaurants and cafes. It is an adorable way to use info graphics and combine them with words on a large scale without using posters.
This form of interior scape execution does not always have to by large and showy – it can also be articulated in simple formations. Just take a look at the Hangul framed on the feature wall of this apartment – it is low key, but manages to convey the message bold and clear; a clever application.
The writing does not always have to be on your walls. It can be sporadically conveyed in small snippets all around your interior just look at the couple pillow cases on the sofa below – they’re both intimate messages, as well as a good interior accessories.