Five “Hand Drawn” Fonts for Interior Designers

August 11, 2021

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What's In a Font?

The font you choose for your interior design business will say a lot about your brand, so being consistent is important; but what about the font you use for your interior design work and presentations? Should you use the same font?

Well if you’re using any type of “theatrical”, “cursive”, or the dreadful “comic sans” for your primary branding, it’s safe to say the answer’s no. You may be raising objections already, but there’s a really good reason for it.

The font you choose for your design work and presentations has to be legible, clear and look good in both print and on screen.

The hand drawn look is great, but often a lot of these fancy cursive fonts can be hard to read in large blocks of text, and can overwhelm the eye. So if you want to get the “hand drawn architectural” feel, without causing your client’s eyes to spin circles, then check out our picks below.

Stylus BT

  • Clean easy to read font

  • Soft, with a touch of hand drawn elements

  • Prints very clear
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Flux Architect

  • Looks like traditional drafting in black ink

  • Bolder font, only available in upper case.

  • Prints clear but bold

Font Selection Pro Tip

The font you choose for your design work and presentations has to be legible, clear and look good in both print and on screen.

City Blueprint

  • Traditional blue print lettering, slightly angled

  • Naturally smaller font, take this into consideration when setting your scales

  • Prints very clear

Eagle Feather

  • Stylized architectural font (be cautious depending on your branding)

  • Reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright style

  • “Angled S” makes for interesting flow of text

  • Numbers are very clear and easy to read

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