Personalize Your Home’s Style With These Monogrammed Accessories
Update your fall look with a personal touch.
Published Sep 12, 2017 11:40 AM
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had a fondness for personalized stationery. These days, customization has become much more attainable and in all types of mediums, from a set of classic pajamas to a porcelain plate.
Stationery from Mrs. John L. Strong is the ultimate luxury. If traditional lettering isn’t your thing, a symbol feels fresh.
Bespoke Note Cards, Mrs. John L. Strong $1,300 for 100
A monogram is an easy upgrade for your everyday napkins (and a very thoughtful hostess gift).
Busatti Solid Fringe Cocktail Napkin, The Loveliest, from $14
No more guessing whose phone is whose.
iPhone 7 Plus Case, The Dailed Edited, $60
A customized ceramic catchall is even more eye-catching.
Bonbonniere Nr. 2 With Custom Three-Letter Monogram by Nymphenburg, Kneen and Co., $661 kneenandco.com
This letterman-esque number is a perfect fall style staple when worn with jeans or a pleated skirt.
Clio Sweater, $315 (with Customized Pins by Atelier Notify, available at Bergdorf Goodman from $25)
You can feel the handmade quality of these monogrammed porcelain plates.
Double Blue Stripe Plate With Initials by Abbiamo Tutto, Gracious Style, $85
Elevate bedding with your initials for a personalized touch and a pop of color.
Tours Boudoir Sham, Julia B., from $138
I would emboss these amazing leather boxes with my daughter’s doodles (the best way to show off kid art without keeping all the paper).
Keepsake Box, Anya Hindmarch, from $390
Crisp cotton pj’s sealed with a kiss.
Never second-guess your luggage again.
Stowaway Suitcase, Paravel, $325 (Personalization available for an additional $65 – $75)