Gorgeous Double Line Fonts for Your Next Project

Posted on February 10, 2023 | Updated on February 10, 2023

Your font choice sets the mood for your design. Double line fonts and multiline ones add something distinctive to your project. However, they work best in certain locations unless you want the bulky double lines to overwhelm the rest of the page. 

We looked at some of the typical reasons you might utilize a double line font and found headlines, logos, posters and other large scale projects were the likeliest reasons. 

As you look for a double line font for your project, keep in mind how many people need fonts that adapt to smaller screens. In the last decade, mobile internet access has grown about 70%, and 82% of users say they go online via their smartphones. 

What Are Double Line Fonts?

A double line font has a copy of the lines, creating a three-dimensional effect. Some graffiti fonts showcase double lines. However, the double line fonts of today may be tall and thin or thick and bold. They cover a whole host of attitudes and looks. 

Where should you use double line fonts? Anywhere you need to make a statement is an excellent location for this class of font. Use them in headers, logos and accents on your page.


We spent some time sorting through the available double line fonts. Since we have designers with different styles and creating for various industries, we tried to mix up the ones we chose to cover a wide range of needs. Here are our favorites:

1. Wander Brave

wander brave double line fonts example
Source: https://www.fontspace.com/wander-brave-font-f40460

Offering a sort of theater marquee look, Wander Brave features stacked, medium-weight lines. The sans serif font doesn’t add a lot of extra embellishments, making it perfect for headlines on websites and posters. 

The double line font would work perfectly for anyone designing for events or businesses in the entertainment industry. 

2. Amithen

amithen double line fonts example
Source: https://elements.envato.com/amithen-brush-font-F8T4SL

Amithen font has a couple of things going on. First, it is a double line font. However, it also has brush strokes, giving it a handpainted appeal. The lines come together and create some sections that are solid and other sections with multiple lines. 

Amithen would look great on a wedding or birthday invitation. It also would work well for any small business with unique products or handmade items. 

The font is on Envato Elements. You will need a subscription to download and use it. However, you’ll also gain access to multiple other double line fonts. 

3. Paralines

paralines double line fonts example
Source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/28060847/Paralines-Free-Font

Designer Lewis Latham offers a free font over on Behance of multiple lines called Paralines. The font actually takes on three lines, giving the type a futuristic feel. The font works well for high tech blogs, cutting edge products and science fiction authors and shows. 

We can see this font as the title for a fanfiction site, for example. Although our focus is on double line fonts, this multiple line font was too good not to share. 

4. Neon

neon double line fonts
Source: https://creativemarket.com/bigcatcreative/2883337-Neon-An-Outline-Font-Bundle

Neon has a definite island vibe. The three-dimension double line font would work well for a store sign in front of a restaurant or bar. It would also work well on a website. Although the sample image uses a neon pink, you could also go with a black or white color scheme and completely change the look. 

5. Double Line Font

double line font screenshot
Source: https://www.dafont.com/double-line.font

Double Line Font is a free font that has a handwritten, juvenile look. It would work well for a casual event invitation, daycare flyer or blog. We also though the font would look good for a mystery writer’s website or true crime blog. 

6. Radon

radon double line fonts example
Source: https://elements.envato.com/radon-monogram-logo-font-YQM6VW

Radon font is in the monogram family. It’s another font from Envato, so you will need to take out a membership or at least a free trial. Keep in mind you can only use the font if you created the design while a member. So, if you take out a membership and save the font for a future date, you’d need to reup the membership before using it in a new design. 

Envato Elements lays out their licensing agreement. It’s a bit detailed, but the gist is that you can use what you download when you’re paying. If it’s on a website, for example, you can continue using it, but you can’t change it or use it elsewhere. 

This font would look good for a logo, wordmark or on a banking or news website.

7. Paperclip

paperclip double line fonts example
Source: https://www.abstractfonts.com/font/8513

Paperclip puts one in mind of a fancy paperclip. It would work well for a virtual assistant logo, small business supply company or even in the education sector. It is a bit complex, so you would want to stick to headlines and logos. 

Most double line fonts would not work well as body text. However, using them sparingly can set a fun, unique tone to your designs. 

8. Little Lord Fontleroy NF

little lord fontleroy nf double line fonts example
Source: https://www.1001fonts.com/littlelordfontleroy-font.html

Little Lord Fontleroy NF is a cross between a script and a double line font. The design would look perfect on a wedding invitation or for a wedding planner’s site. You could also use it for historical novels, formal titles and traditional blogs. 

How to Choose Double Line Fonts

You should be able to cover basic needs with the double line fonts listed above. Try different ones and see what meshes best with your brand’s personality and overall style. 


About The Author

Eleanor Hecks is the Editor-in-Chief of Designerly Magazine, an online publication dedicated to providing in-depth content from the design and marketing industries. When she's not designing or writing code, you can find her re-reading the Harry Potter series, burning calories at a local Zumba class, or hanging out with her dogs, Bear and Lucy.

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