The easiest way to add an Arabian touch to you home is with items that feature Arabic calligraphy on them.
These items are not only aesthetically pleasant, but they also add a unique exotic touch to your house.
Most items with Arabic calligraphy, however, tend to have a religious (Islamic or Christian) meaning. This makes it hard for other people who are interested in art form, but do not necessarily associate with these faiths, to find non-religious Arabic calligraphy.
Thus the curated items below have no religious associations.
1. Arabic Calligraphy on Pillow Case
Standalone Arabic letters have no meaning but they make for a pretty display of Arabic typography.
2. Arabic Calligraphy on “Light” Pillow Case
This pillow case reads as “noor” which means “light”.
3. Arabic Calligraphy on Handmade Tea Set
The letters are beautifully drawn in artistic patterns but they do not mean anything.
4. Arabic Calligraphy on Set of 4 Leather Coasters
The letters on these coasters are drawn individually and have no specific meaning.
5. Arabic Calligraphy on “Love” Poster
The word written on this item is “hubb” which means “love”.
6. Arabic Calligraphy on Greeting Canva Print
“Peace be upon you” is the default greeting in the Islamic world but it can also be considered as a non-religious expression. It’s pronounced “as-salamu alaikum”.