Gray is so serene. Our favorite use of a monogram is to tie in the room’s colors on plain white bedding — starched, please.
I MUST get this for Will. We have half of a cow coming our way, so he’s going to be doing a lot of grilling… (Yes. I said half a cow.)
Monograms aren’t just for prissy rooms. This bolder font goes beautifully in a room with a masculine feel. Side note: Chaises are one of our favorite things in life, and it’s so tricky to put them at the end of beds. They totally pulled it off!
My wedding napkins 🙂
Love these monogrammed pillows in my living room!
Little Will’s bathroom towels.
This is the bedding in Will’s nursery. I love this Old English monogram. It’s sweet but boyish enough that he can have it for a few years. This duvet took an entire roll of thread!
These are the shams. And Cloud the Cat. Will LOVES Cloud. For the first time since he was born, Will is longer than Cloud. It sort of makes me sad.
Mom and I just had a bridesmaid’s luncheon for one of my sweet friends. I wasn’t sure about monogramming the cake, but I think it turned out cute. Plus, how can you not monogram the cake when the bride’s new monogram is MRS?
What do you think about monograms? Are you a fan or no?
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