It is these giant seemingly weightless lighting fixtures that inspired midcentury masters like George Nelson and Isamu Noguchi to create their unique brand of lighting fixtures. While the Nelson pendants and Noguchi light sculptures may not be for the outdoors a simple and colorful paper lantern definitely is great for the vast outdoors. Ultra-affordable and making a big visual impact they are truly timeless.
Today we are focusing on neon lights mainly as an element of daring decoration for anyone who loves an interior with a bit of edge. Seek the inspiration in the neon lights below and let the ideas illuminate your mind!
In a vast loft apartment one needs a focal point; something that gives the rest of the place a purpose! A big bright pulsing neon sign couldn’t be a better choice! It clearly marks the bedroom corner but highlights the entire living space too! See for yourself at Housely.
This is precisely what the next section offers with lamps that vary from the stunning hand blown glass delights of the SkLO: LIT collection to the industrial table lamps from dizainar that also usher in a touch of steampunk!
Neon lights have the full capacity to blend in with the environment you put them in. They don’t have to be too crazy if you don’t wish them to be and can work really well with a subtle tender decor. A beautiful example is this tiny working corner by Electric Confetti.
The great thing about neon signs is that you can easily use them in the place of motivational posters in your creative corner or home office like this example by Miss Moss.