Neon Lights. Light Up Your Home With Vintage Vibes.
The first neon sign made for public display was erected at a car show in Paris in 1910. He was awarded patent in the US in 1915, which gave him protection and the ability to run a monopoly company through the early 1930s.
The first neon sign displayed in the US was at a Los Angeles Packard dealership. Earle Anthony paid approximately $2,500 for two signs. Passersby were so stunned by the bright lights that the signs literally stopped traffic.
Today neon signs are as popular as ever, and not just at bars and restaurants. They’re used in home decor – primarily in game rooms, garages, “man caves”, cocktail areas and kitchens. Because they have a warm glow, they provide ample light for gatherings and become great conversation pieces.
The right sign can add a touch of color and edge to any space, whether it’s in the bedroom or a man cave. The trick is finding a sign that inspires, entertains or triggers joy — in a color and style that compliments your abode, of course.
The place where you rest and sleep should have a special lighting that wakes up in you the feelings of serenity, but at the same time still feels unique and dynamic. The last thing you want is to be bored by your bedroom decor. Neon lights are a creative way of making your bedroom look innovative and mystic, when all the other lights are off and the neon lights are illuminating the dimmed room!
Visible, vibrant signs give off the feeling of a classic bar and you can bring some of that devilish vibe right into your kitchen or dining room. Don’t settle for plain dining corners and bland kitchens – dare to highlight your home’s best features by lighting them up in neon lights and eating in the glow of their colorful light.
Our workspace should be an inspiring and creative place where we come in touch with our game-changing ideas every single day! Make sure that your ideas never run dry by decorating the space where you spend most of your day with bright and energetic lights!…
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