Give Your House a Voice
If your house could speak, what do you hope it would say?
Would it be a cheeky affirmation?
Or a friendly reminder?
Maybe just a morning directive:
Whatever the message, consider giving your home a voice with light up letter forms that spell out the feelings that are close to your heart.
Arciform client and good friend Maria Hardison decided to create her first set of these charming light up letters as a surprise gift for her husband. They now grace the wall in their basement family room.
That project proved so popular with friends that soon she was creating custom letters for friends and business contacts. There’s Maria in the photo above, working with her friend (and now business partner) Tom.
Then, after the “Pig Out” sign she created for new Portland restaurant Lardo was featured in a ton of great reviews, she decided to get serious.
The result: now she has launched a business creating custom vintage look marquee letters you can purchase to illuminate your home and give it a voice.
So… if your home could speak to every guest who stops buy… what would YOU like it to say?
Tell us the 3 word phrase you’d want your home to shout from the rooftops (in glowing marquee letters) in the comments below and you’ll be entered to win a FREE custom letter light of your choice from Maria’s new company.
You can check out Maria’s new website and get the details on creating your own custom sign here.
Explore some other options for adding letter forms into your home design in our Pinterest gallery.
We can’t wait to hear what your home would say if it could speak!
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GET OUT. No! I kid. “Welcome Home.”
Love Laugh Live
Home Sweet Home
GOSSIP SOLD HERE
You Are Enough
“Keep Calm” or “Dig for Victory” or “Face it” or “Appreciate Your Life”
Plant Grow Bloom
Take a break
16TH AVE STATION
Be Like Water
Always Be Kind
Be Here Now.
Friends gather here
“May the force be with you” or “celebrate” or “laugh out loud”
“Believe in Yourself” (different colors on the “BE” and the “YOU” inside the words….)
“It’s ok, I’m fine!”