Meet Lucille! Our newest Type Co Font

June 17, 2021

Meet Lucille! Our newest Type Co Font

Welcome Lucille to our Little Type Co Collection. 

A giant letter board for your wall with several font sets to choose to from to enhance your home decor.

Lucille is all about embellishment and class. The Lucille Font Set is for the bohemian farmhouse loving, martini drinking word smith.

Inspired by Jessica Walters character on Arrested Development, Lucille. She is a legend! Have a martini or 7 in her honour. 

The Little Type Co font set includes a set of 131 black laser cut letters, and symbols to make your words come to life. The letter size is 3" and 4 natural maple ledges 36" long with screws. 

 Style the ledges above a window, in our classic four rows or two by two.

Not a clever wordsmith yet?! We got you. Follow @littlewstudio on Pinterest or check out the hashtag #littletypeco for inspo.

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