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Neon Interior Decor Trend

Neon Interior Decor
Neon Interior Decor
Neon Home Decor
Neon Home Decor
Neon Chandelier
Neon Chandelier
Neon Interior Decor
Neon Home Decor
Neon Interior Decor
Neon Interior Decor

Incredible Neon Interior Design

It all started back in the 80s, when neon design was very popular in interior design. Nowadays neon style is back, mixed with different styles – from classic styles to modern, minimalistic styles.  These days designers use neon designs just to make an accent rather than creating an entire interior in bold neon shades. Neon stands out most when it’s one component of a multifaceted room. It is better to try bringing neon-colored furniture to your home interior rather than paint the walls in neon colors. Keep in mind that neon will create a beautiful impression only when used in a spread out lodging. To complete the interior you can use accessories in neon style. You can also use retro furniture to make the whole picture.

Personalized Living Room

Personalized Living Room

Personalized Living Room by eszter-coughlan on Polyvore.com

Of all the rooms in nowadays  modern home, the living room is the most actively used and most important space. It can be tricky to find the right balance between creating a both relaxing and entertaining setting, while being both functional and aesthetically pleasing. To optimize the space in this room. The living room furniture are easily can be movable around.

Elegant and Perfect

Elegant and Perfect

Elegant and Perfect by eszter-coughlan on Polyvore.com

Dance is a universal language to bring people together. Wherever one lives dance can impact one’s life. It brings people together for it’s many forms of beauty. Ballet is one of those art forms that leave me breathless and awe-struck. The way the dancers beautifully manipulate their bodies with such grace and control, the way the costumes move with each leap, the way the sets capture the scene. All of these visual elements create a feast for the eyes and a sense of wonderment that you don’t often get in an everyday space. However, I believe every space can have that sense of magic—a space so beautiful it takes your breath away.