Over the last few years, neon signage has been breaking free from businesses and making its mark in the world of home interior design, opening up a whole new market for the signage industry.
Starting with vintage style signs that evoked images of friendly bars or Las Vegas casinos, the neon lighting trend evolved to become a staple of decorators wanting to create a unique, modern look.
The messaging for home neon signs ranges from single words or symbols, to popular phrases or quotes – all designed to inject a bit of quirky personality into everyday home decor.
Far from kitsch, neon lighting in home decor has serious artistic credentials behind it. Artist Tracey Emin has created a number of pieces in neon, one of which, “Keep me safe”, sold for over £60,000.
The home neon trend has been going strong for three or four years now, and isn’t showing any signs of abating. There’s real potential to target end consumers with bespoke lighting creations.
Got a neon idea you think your customers will love? Make it reality with the Sign Group.