Livening up your home with vintage signs
Bare walls do not necessarily suggest that a lover of puristic design lives in that particular flat. Much more often, a practical reason is to blame for the emptiness of the walls as it is extremely difficult to find a perfect decoration. It can be frustrating to find a way to decorate the interior of your home to give each and every room its individual charm.
A new trend in wall decoration is the use of decoration signs.These are perfect for adding that rustic vintage feel to your house or adding an individual touch that catches the eye. These are becoming an especially preferable theme for farmhouses lately as people try to style their home as individually as possible.
Create your own signs
Have you still not found the sign you were looking for? Then take the chance and design it yourself. The fantastic thing about getting yourself a custom sign for your house is that it is the only one of its kind. You won’t go to your friends’ house and see the same sign. This promotes a sense of individuality and independence within your home.
Such tailored signs can be for a range of reasons, you may want to welcome people into your home, or it may be even paying tribute to a lost pet or family member. When people walk into a room with a distinctive sign, it all suddenly becomes the talking point of the room.
Getting your hands on one of these old vintage signs, new or old, customized or not doesn’t have to break the bank either. They are more than affordable and a great investment in the grand scheme of things. They can also be complemented by interior lighting in dark lit areas such as in the kitchen or highlighted by natural light entering the room.
Signs for indoors and outdoors
Of course, the usage of signs is not confined to the inside of the house. If they consist of robust and waterproof materials, they can also be used outdoors. Here, too, you can display self-designed, tailored welcome signs for visitors or friends coming to your home, apply them organise the storage of gardening tools or to mark special locations.
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