- Large Harper Letters $69
- Personalized Name with Pegs $99
- Monogram Decal $49
- Harper Cursive Letter $69
- Modern Letters $49 Special $39
- Monique Lhuillier Ribbon Letters $8
- White Capital Letters $10 Special $8
- White Lowercase Letters $10 Special $8
- Emily & Meritt Gold Sequin Letters & Garlands $8 – $12 Sale $1.99 – $3.99
- Mini Harper Painted Letter $29
- Glitter Letters $8 Special $6
- Harper Personalized Monogram Letters $149
- Cursive Font Name $69
- Printed Letters $10 Sale $3.99 – $4.99
- Block Monogram $149
- White Metal Hook Letters $14 Sale $2.99
- Varsity Font Name $69
- Espresso Capital Letters $10 Sale $1.99
- Gray Capital Letters $10 Sale $5.99
- Galvanized Wall Letters $14 Special $11
Wall Letters and DecalsWall letters can send a shout out, using them to spell out an encouraging word, a kid’s first name or a family name. Or it might just be a single initial standing alone. Whatever you want to say, you can say in many ways with lots of design options that we have at Pottery Barn Kids.
A sweeping garland in gold or letters hanging gently from ribbons are beautiful hanging over a bed’s headboard. Your kid’s name will sparkle with glitter or sequins, or shimmer with mirrored letters. Accessorize the bed with matching monogrammed shams and colorful accent pillows that coordinate with the letters. Lots of our pillows have bling to let them shine too. Patterns and colors vary just as the shapes do. Mix and match throw pillows for depth and variation.
Letters with hooks can be aligned in an entryway or hallway to hold jackets, coats and sweaters. Rather than having them aligned, you can also hang some letters lower for the little ones to reach easily. Keep a tall woven basket or canvas storage bin nearby to store umbrellas, hats and gloves. With everything right where you need it, it’s easy for family members to come and go without having to search for the items they need to venture out into the elements.
A letter magnet board uses a single initial attached to a board that can hold notes or photographs. The boards are handy and they are ageless. You can hang them in a nursery, playroom or a teen’s room. They are also good to hang at your kiddo’s eye level to be adjusted as needed. This way your child can participate in putting pictures and notes on the board too.
For those who love the coast, there are nautical letters with rope edging. Hang the message in the kids’ bathroom decorated with a nautical theme. Bath mats with a beachy vibe add decorative amusement to the room and can make bath time more enjoyable. Mats shaped like turtles and sharks are adorable. Or go for a classic anchor mat. The mats also keep little feet from slipping when getting in and out of the tub or shower. They are machine washable and easy to keep clean.
Sometimes a simple, bronze letter sign makes a powerful statement on its own. The neutral color can blend in nicely to any color scheme. Place it in the middle of a gallery of framed photographs of your child. This will be a coveted spot on the wall where your child can see photos of him or herself doing fun things with family and friends.
A scripted or block monogram with all three initials is a classy way to personalize your kid’s room. Try hanging it over a dresser to jazz up empty wall space. It’s the right size to fit over the chest which makes it an ideal spot for hanging. If the room has high ceilings, the monogrammed sign can hang over a door frame or a window.
A kid’s name written in cursive is magnificent hanging over a desk. It’s like claiming that spot and signifying it. Or you can spell out words associated with a desk like “study,” “learn,” “focus” or “create.” Whether the space is for coloring, creating or studying, a desk is certainly a staple in any kid’s room. And it can grow as your child grows because a desk never goes out of style.
A metal trash can will catch discarded papers and other rubbish. Choose a color that works for the room. Put it by the desk to keep the room neat and tidy. For the eco-minded families, you might want two trash cans in different colors. One can be for recyclables and the other for items that aren’t recycled.