Neon Lights

Neon lighting is having a moment. With its retro appeal, the colourful, neon light has the power to transform any inter...
Neon lighting is having a moment. With its retro appeal, the colourful, neon light has the power to transform any interior space into a hub of classy-cool. Yes you want it, that’s for sure; the only question is, with such a gorgeous selection, which one will you choose?
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Neon lighting is having a moment. With its retro appeal, the colourful, neon light has the power to transform any interior space into a hub of classy-cool. Yes you want it, that’s for sure; the only question is, with such a gorgeous selection, which one will you choose?
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    Acrylic Box Neon - Eye
    Special Price £69.99 Regular Price £99.99
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    Large Acrylic Box Neon - All Seeing Eye
    Special Price £89.99 Regular Price £129.95
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    Large Acrylic Box Neon - Moon
    Special Price £89.99 Regular Price £129.95
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    Large Acrylic Box Neon Black - TV Blue
    Special Price £70.99 Regular Price £119.95
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    Acrylic Box Neon - Cocktails Red
    Special Price £69.99 Regular Price £94.95
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The history and science of neon lighting is worth a brief mention. Discovered as late as 1898, neon is, in fact, a naturally occurring gas, a chemical element that gives off a blaze of coloured light when contained in electrical tubing. In Paris, neon was quick to catch on: the ever-stylish capital projected an advertising sign for the vermouth Cinzano in 1913 that illuminated the night sky, and, within six years, the entrance to the Paris Opera was bathed in bright neon (ooh la la!). After that, neon signs took off in a big way, setting the tone for 1950s New York City (think vintage postcards of Times Square), and glittering over the Las Vegas Strip in the 1960s and 70. And then they flickered out of vogue - until now. In recent times, contemporary artists such as Tracey Emin and Rebecca Mason have been experimenting with neon lights, bending the supple tubes to create glowing text and imagery, and their influence has trickled into interior design. Today, the neon light is the ultimate in home décor - with delightful range, you can hang a neon sign in your hallway; pop a neon lamp on your work desk; or even have go at bending your own neon tubes to create personalised lighting!

What’s more, the neon sign makes an ideal gift for the new uni student, the newly weds, or the new home owner: a fabulous addition to any interior and a present that will earn you serious cool-girl points!