One of my favorite things about looking through the sneak peek archives is spotting similarities in some very different homes, such as books, gallery walls and type! Whether three-dimensional letters or prints with a typographical emphasis, there are a lot of fonts in sneak peeks! In honor of today’s font theme, I picked 25 of my absolute favorites. I hope you enjoy them! — Amy A.
Image above: Sibella Court’s Australian home.
Image above: Letters from Mike Perry’s Saatchi and Saatchi project.
Image above: Stencils in the New York City home of Susan and William Brinson.
Image above: Letters from the Tate Modern painted a bright pink to contrast with the dark mantle in Gemma Ahren’s home in Leigh-on-Sea, England.
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Image above: Chalkboard in New Hampshire from Sneak Peek: EmersonMade.
Type art in home of Fossil art director Shay Ometz.
Image above: Letters and a vintage bus stop sign in the New York apartment of Susan and William Brinson.
Image above: Brooklyn apartment of Joel Holland.
Image above: The “R” lamp in Rocío Fueyo’s apartment in Spain came from a company that changed its name and threw away the old letters.
Image above: Number stools in Absolute Zero Degree’s U.K. live/work space.
Image above: The stainless steel “R” in Ryan Humphrey’s apartment in Jackson Heights, Queens, was rescued from the dumpster.
Image above: Print in the Brooklyn apartment of Swissmiss’ Tina Roth Eisenberg.
Image above: The rabbit hutch in Kristen Stocks’ Brooklyn apartment.
Image above: Sign on the office door of Jill Malek’s Brooklyn home.
Image above: Hatch Show Print hanging in the Gilah Press Baltimore studio.
Image above: Letters bring a pop of color to to Emma Cassi’s white living room in London.
Image above: Listening station at the Hammerpress Studio in Kansas City.
Image above: A found “B” hangs above the bed in Barb Blair’s South Carolina home.
Image above: French vocabulary shower curtain in Alissa and Jan’s Greenpoint, Brooklyn, apartment.
Image above: Teresa Grow found the huge “E” at the Pasadena City College flea market in Los Angeles.
Image above: In New York City, Sophie Blackall made this quilt out of 19th-century bed sheets. Each square has a line from a poem, song or book that means something to her.
Image above: Sarah made this bus blind for her kitchen in Australia after spotting a similar one out of her price range in a boutique.