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There’s something about a neon sign that calls for a photo. Think about all the trendy restaurants and bars you’ve been to that have one — you probably have a cute pic of it somewhere in your camera roll. They’re usually pretty memorable. But neon signs aren’t restricted to public spaces — you can have one in your own home to brighten up the space. Yes, they’re usually pricey, but I recently found one on Amazon that you can customize for less than $150.
Begooat’s custom neon signs start at $57.99 for one line, $90.99 for two lines and $140.99 for three lines on Amazon. (The price goes up after six characters.) They’re great for hanging over a bar cart, over a mirror, in your poorly lit bedroom — literally wherever. However, they’re also great for big events like weddings and birthdays.
The neon lights are attached to a clear acrylic panel that’s lightweight and easy to hang from a wall or stand up on a table. The signs are completely handmade with flexible LED neon light strips that are brighter, safer and more energy-saving than traditional glass lights, according to the product description.
You can choose your text, font, light color, backboard shape and more. However, the company also accepts pictures and logos — it will create your design for free and give you a quote depending on the details. The hardest part is deciding what you want your sign to say.
You might expect something custom to take ages to arrive. However, the company says it only needs two to three days for production, and then it will deliver your sign in five to eight days. Amazon reviewers attest to its speediness.
Overall, a neon sign can help you make your space feel more optimistic and playful, not to mention more memorable. If you decide to get one, know that all of your friends will be taking pics of it.
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