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Design enthusiasts are increasingly using neon furniture to make a bold statement that infuse a space with colour. When combined with neutrals, neon colours really pop. Pink works particularly well against a grey wall or colour scheme and is bang on trend this season.
Fancy giving it a go? Consider using a block colour on a larger piece of furniture such as the above set of drawers. Here, we used Rust-Oleum Neon in Pink to create a real ‘wow’ factor.
If you’re a little unsure, try updating a single chair to test your chosen shade. The little wooden chair placed in a neutral bedroom makes an impact without being too overbearing.
If you’re thinking neon is only for modern interiors, think again. Injecting a flash of neon into a more traditionally styled home adds the prefect, unique little twist.
Rust-Oleum Neon paint is available in spray and brush paint (perfect for those smaller projects) and can be found in bright pink, yellow or green shades. It’s suitable for painting directly onto wood, metal, ceramic and is certified Toy Safe.