Metal Monogram Signs
Whether you want to decorate your interior walls with signs that express your heritage or transform an outdoor space with the industrial charm that only metal can impart, the Metal Monogram Signs in our collection can help you achieve a unique look. Perfect for homeowners and small business owners alike, these metal monogram signs are available in several styles that should match any design preference you have. Flowery and ornate? We have them. Sharp lines and old-world ambiance? We have those as well. Take a look through our offerings, and we’re confident you’ll find the metal monogram signs that are just right for you and your family.
Monograms: A Rich History
When you decorate with monograms, you’re not only bringing your décor up to date with one of the most popular styles in design today, you’re tapping into a rich history that dates back to the Middle Ages. In those days, peasants would use a monogram as their primary way to sign documents, seeing as how few individuals were literate enough to spell out their full names. They say necessity is the mother of invention, however, and today (when most people have no trouble writing out their signatures) these monograms have become fanciful additions to any design space.
Integrity and Elegance
Typically, you’ll find products like bath towels and robes embroidered with monograms, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how these extraordinary letters can be used. With our metal monogram signs, you can take monograms out of the realm of plush robes and into the world of fine metalwork. We’re particularly proud of the signs that traverse the traditional monogram “rules,” adding intricate designs, clean lines, and even color to create cohesive units that break new ground and present refreshing artistic appeal. These signs are overflowing with the kind of integrity that you’ll only get with an industrial metal product.
Decorating With Monograms: A Brief Guide
As we noted above, monograms come with a few simple rules of etiquette. You don’t have to comply with each and every one of these rules, of course, but you should at least be aware of them before you order a sign. For instance, if you’re interested in a three-letter monogram that celebrates marriage, the rule is simple: The wife’s first initial should come first, the husband’s first initial should be last, and the shared last name initial should hold the monogram together in the center. If ordering a monogram just for yourself, the order should be first, last, and middle initial. Some couples prefer to go with a duogram, which simply puts the wife’s first initial together with the husband’s. As we said, these are mere guidelines that you can adhere to or disregard according to your own preference.