5 Squarespace Font Combinations

Good typography matters! This is not a new statement, as in the world of design, typography has been used for various purposes, from conceptual to commercial ones. Online, typography is as important. The right font combination, sizing and styling can help deliver your message to the reader, and attract the right type of client through building a visual hierarchy. Therefore, we really recommend investing time in researching and choosing the right font combinations.

5 Squarespace Font Combinations

Today we would like to share 5 font combinations that you can apply to your Squarespace site and elevate your site, especially if you are looking for a visual update but can not afford to invest in an overall brand update. We’ve selected several styles that you can choose from to best fit your branding: from a more playful look to a modern one.

All fonts are selected from Google Fonts and Adobe's Type Kit , and are available within your Squarespace account. Under each style, you can find a link to download Squarespace settings for that style. These can easily be implemented by all Squaremuse design kit users, but also for those of you who just have a Squarespace site and are looking to avoid generic font options.

Adventure Font Styles

Eczar + Averia Serif Libre

Download font settings to add to your Squarespace Site Styles here.

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Editorial Font Styles

Chonburi + Montserat

Download font settings to add to your Squarespace Site Styles here.

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Fine Art Font Styles

Gilda Display + Cormorant

Download font settings to add to your Squarespace Site Styles here.

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Elegant Font Styles

Italiana + Railway

Download font settings to add to your Squarespace Site Styles here.

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Modern Font Styles

Questrial + Poppins

Download font settings to add to your Squarespace Site Styles here.

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Found something that would fit your branding? You might also be interested in learning how to use your title settings (H1, H2, H3) in order to best benefit your SEO, which we’ve covered in our article on Keywords.