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Decorating with neon has been a big trend in the decorating world over the last several months. It only takes a small dosage of these pumped up colors to add some funk in your décor. Krista Byers of Goodwill Glam shares some inexpensive ways to incorporate the neon trend into your home.
Upcycled Thrift Vases
Most thrift stores offer a plethora of vases in various sizes and colors. In my local shop, they usually start at $.99 cents, making this a very affordable way to incorporate the trend. With a little spray paint, you can add that burst of color in a low-investment way. If you don’t feel up to a DIY project, Etsy shop NASH POP offers an array of neon accent décor at affordable prices!
If you’re renting, chances are your building or landlord will allow you to paint as long as you repaint before you leave. Consider painting just your door a neon green or pink, you’ll get the benefit of a big impact and very little to repaint on your way out!
Spruce up your fall decor with highlighted office supplies or yarn. Sure, it’s not the traditional black and orange but that’s exactly what makes it more fun and surprising! Check out this easy project from For the Love Of‘s Andrea Howe.
Neon Washi Tape
You could easily amp up all sorts of furniture with this neon washi tape. Think about adding it around the base of a black or white lamp for big impact. You can add a little extra fun to furniture by taping the legs in bright hues.
I always see pitchers and kitchen vessels at my local secondhand shops. Why not pick up a few to jazz up with neon spray paint? Shop Sweet Things has tips for only painting the handles. Updating these small details in brilliant colors render a huge impact. I hope you’ve found some inspiration for some thrifty DIY projects!