>Carefully Scripted is Hot!

>What’s hot is home accents? Handwritten Script Lettering! According to Home Accents Today’s May issue they have selected this style as being hot, hot, hot!

“In the age of e-mail and texting, handwritten letters are perilously close to becoming an ancient, and extinct, art form. This season, designers pay tribute to the charms of script by virtue of nostalgia-heavy designs that are literally, to the letter, fabulous,” expressed Tracy Bulla.

We searched the Internet for some fun Scripted items…do you love or hate this trend? I think that I’m in Love ♥

Available from Coaster Creator

For the “francophile” in you! Here is a beautiful set of 4 hand stamped travertine tile coasters with an intricate image of the Eiffel tower overlaying french script words.

I’ve fallen head over heels for Carolyn Quartermaine Fabrics. Carolyn is a designer with studios in the south of France as well as London, and as you can see she creates a wide variety of fabrics with script.

This pillow features a beautiful monarch butterfly applied to a very popular french script document fabric. Jolie Marche handcrafts each item and offers handmade vintage image burlap pillows covers, table linens, and home decor items.

Looping swirls of handwriting gracefully travers Trans-Ocean’s hand-tufted Poem Rug in a nice 5′ x 8′ size.

“Home is where the soul goes to rest and dream” – A beautiful saying on a beautiful lampshade! Handpainted onto a canvas lampshade, trimmed with two types of beautiful fringe trim. Oh so chic! Visit The Shabby Chic Cottage for many more unique treasures.


The very talented Susan Winget designed this fabulous Serene Shores Sand Script fabric which even incorporates seashells into the script – love it! Unfortunatley this design seems to be discontinued but may possibly be special ordered…check with your fabric store.

Chocolate Script Floral Art Poster Print by Gillian Fullard is 20×28 and stunningly beautiful!  Happy Memorial Day.

Celebrate the Coastal Lifestyle!


About marierhoades

Beach bum, wife, mother, lover of dogs & cats. Editor of Sally Lee by the Sea, http://nauticalcottageblog.com, a beach cottage design & lifestyle website.
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8 Responses to >Carefully Scripted is Hot!

  1. >There is lots of handmade ribbon and tags with the French Script here. One has compasses and anchors and others the Eiffel Tower.The Carolyn fabric is a place I need to check out.Thanks for sharing that resource.

  2. simpledaisy says:

    >I think it's so cute….although I don't have any of it!

  3. >@ beach house living – I think you'll love Carolyn's fabric – they're gorgeous@simpledaisy – I really like it too and don't have any…yet! LOL!Have a great weekend :O)

  4. bichonpawz says:

    >It is hard to choose which is my favorite…but I really love that last print!! Have a great weekend!!

  5. mub says:

    >I really like it on some things, but I'm not convinced about that lampshade! In the right room maybe, but nowhere in my house *L*

  6. gnee says:

    >I think your blog is absolutely beautiful and I am enjoying the script trend. I was given a journal for Mother's Day with a seashell and script cover and it is very pretty! Thanks for visiting Singing With Birds.

  7. Katie says:

    >Thanks SO much for stopping by my blog!! I do love this trend! It's actually funny to read this because I just did a tray with old letter scrapbook paper. And I'm guessing you're celebrating the weekend near the water? Jealous! 🙂

  8. Lena says:

    >They are all so beautiful, but when it comes to the favorite one, I would pick the last. It really stands out.

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