Alex Ray, of Five Senses Art Consultancy, was inspired to illustrate a move away from technology back to the basics of communication through an installation of hand-cast bronze letters and ancient symbols, as seen at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. An overhead view from the staircase shows the letters tumbling down a white wall where dark brown hardwood floors are accented by a yellow carpet runner.
A cream-colored changing table with wood and rattan storage bins brings organization and sophistication to this nursery. Letter cutouts in brown, blue and beige sit on a chair rail and add color and texture.
Light blue-gray walls are an airy backdrop to the saturated, rich tones of the dining set up. Tufted chocolate brown leather chairs surround a smooth wood dining table lit by a curled chandelier hanging above. Exposed beams compliment the table finish and hardwood floor peaking out from under the area rug. Black metal letters spell out "Home" on the wall for a comforting and decorative finish.
Metal letters spelling the word "home" welcome the family to their dining room with rich, chocolate brown leather dining chairs and wood table. An open section of the wall between the dining room and the kitchen creates a more open feel, connected by a breakfast bar. The walls are painted light grayish-blue, and a curled chandelier illuminates the dining table, set beautifully with flowers and candles.
This fun, southwestern chair features a bold blue and orange pattern. Natural light from the window highlights the fun colors. Metal letters spelling 'surf' are stacked on the wall for unique decor and instant personality.
This nook was created by leaving a space between the wall and bookshelf. The space was then filled with a green and white patterned beanbag, custom accessories floating overhead, and model horses. Custom wood wall letters spelling "think" encourage creativity and exploration.
Bold yellow letters add a whimsical touch in this beach house kitchen, popping against the clean, white wall and shelf. Because the home focuses on fun and play, beverages are kept out on the counter, ready to be enjoyed, rather than stashed out of sight.
A cursive monogram in pink letters on the wall behind a little girl's daybed gives an air of sophistication to the child's space. A combination of prints and textures on throw pillows and ceiling decor give the room an added level of dimensions.