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Neon Signs Aren’t Just For Bars

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Have you seen the neon sign trend floating around the internet? Since I was a little girl I have wanted a neon sign of my very own — something fun and unique and, of course, humorous. I’m not talking about the neon signs that you see at bars and restaurants, though some of those are pretty cool, too. I mean a tasteful, fun, and even pretty neon sign to brighten up your life.

Sound too good to be true? It is not, my friend! You can have your very own custom neon sign made for your home! There are the classic neon colors and a variety of fonts to play with. They of course would vary in price depending on how detailed and intricate your design is, but I think it’s worth it, don’t you? I absolutely love the white neon signs. They are great for going with pretty much any decor, and the white is soft and wonderful. Also, check out the cursive in this sign. Isn’t it gorgeous?

A custom neon sign can range in pricing depending on the complexity of the sign, but from my research, the average neon sign usually goes for about $400 — which I admit it kind of pricy for something that isn’t essential for the home. But let’s just put it under the “art” category for your home. You would pay $400 for a custom painting, wouldn’t you? That’s what I thought. You can find local businesses that will make neon signs for customers, or you can find not-so-local places that will do it for possibly cheaper! Endeavour Neon is my current favorite. They made a custom sign for Alt Summit, and I fell in love with it! If you are looking to have a sign made for you, check them out. I hate to be the one responsible for creating your new neon sign addiction, but it is what it is. My apologies and you’re welcome! Image found here on Pinecone Camp.

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