This Post is dedicated to the neon interior design trend. The most sucessful inspiration images I have uncovered use the trend sparingly, using small accessories or artwork to add an injection of colour into an otherwise neutral scheme. Of course there are exceptions, for example the eccentric home of Australian artist Damien Downey — reflective of his artwork, his interior design scheme pairs bold neons with softer pastels to great effect.
Here are a selection of inspiration images, some favourite neon products & “mood boards” to illustrate ways of creating the look @ home.
My Home design picks from november, clockwise from the top 1. Reindeer skin, Ham interiors 2. Faux box leaf topiary pyramid, OKA 3.Victorian wooden faux bamboo painted coat hooks, 4. Vintage framed strand poster, 5. Victorian taxidermy game hen in glazed wooden case, all available at The Vintage Wall 6. Glitzy Gold Garden Stool, Furbish 7.Aesthetic movement faux earthenware pot, The Vintage Wall 8. You Rock My Boat Cushion, Graham & Green.
Apologies for the delay in posting, I’ve been busy celebrating my 22nd birthday & writing assignments for my final year at Cardiff Business school in Wales. Todays post has been inspired by the dire aesthetic surroundings I find myself in and is thanks to another days dreaming about moving to my own home and escaping the ghastly student lifestyle I have become accustomed to.