If You Like It, Put Your Initials On It

Monogramming dates back to ancient Rome and Greece and was used to symbolize power and wealth throughout history.

We’re glad those days are over!

Monogramming is an affordable way to create a great personal look to your home. With today’s technology, you have a lot of leeway when it comes to choosing the size of the monogram and thread color which can add a lot of contrast or be more subtle.

In the Bedroom

Claim your personal space and add a touch of romance by monogramming a pillow, sham or neckroll with one big initial for your first or last name, or individual pieces with an initial for you and one for your significant other. You can add to the look by having matching initials on your duvet.

Contemporary Bedroom by Little Rock Interior Designers & Decorators Tobi Fairley Interior Design

Contemporary Bedroom by Little Rock Interior Designers & Decorators Tobi Fairley Interior Design

Traditional Bedroom by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Julie Rootes Interiors

Traditional Bedroom by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Julie Rootes Interiors

In the Bath

In the powder room, guest or master bath, monogram your towels and/or shower curtain which looks so luxurious. An initial can be the focal point of a valance in a small space like a bath as well.

Traditional Powder Room by Richmond Interior Designers & Decorators Kevin MaloneTraditional Powder Room by Richmond Interior Designers & Decorators Kevin Malone

In the Dining Room

Your family and guests will feel like royalty when sitting on embroidered slipcovers on a slipper chair or monogrammed fabric on the head chairs of the dining table. In fact, each member of the family can have their initial on the back of their own seat (no more wondering about seating arrangements!), or you can initial the fabric on the seats of side chairs too..

Traditional Dining Room by Dc Metro Home Builders Finecraft Contractors, Inc.

Traditional Dining Room by Dc Metro Home Builders Finecraft Contractors, Inc.

Dining Room by Dallas Interior Designers & Decorators Emily Johnston Larkin

Dining Room by Dallas Interior Designers & Decorators Emily Johnston Larkin

In the Nursery

We are seeing parents adding a personal touch to nurseries for their new little princes or princesses with monograms painted on the walls or stitched on bedding and pillows. Stitches by Me in Granby embroiders many shapes on personal items like bunnies on a nursery pillow which makes a thoughtful and cherished baby gift (as well as the towels we are using for the featured image on this post).

Traditional Kids by Minneapolis Interior Designers & Decorators Bria Hammel Interiors

Traditional Kids by Minneapolis Interior Designers & Decorators Bria Hammel Interiors