You don’t need a lofty warehouse apartment to display large signs to best effect. Be confident with your choices – as long as you love them, they will create an eye-catching display that’s sure to be a talking point.
An elegant drinks trolley and a selection of decorative glassware and cocktail shakers cries out to be given its own dedicated area in your kitchen, sitting room or garden room. Juxtapose a few neon lights with an ornate chandelier to ensure cocktail hour never looked so tempting.
Arrange signs based on a theme, such as street signage, to make a strong style statement that requires very little additional ornamentation.
A utility room, corner of the kitchen or cloakroom is the perfect place to display vintage signs, both on the wall and propped against it. Choose signs that relate to items on display to add a sense of cohesion and inject a little humour.
For a kitchen or dining room, you’ll find plenty of options for vintage signage that tie in with a food and drink theme. Some of them are even in pleasingly unusual shapes too – like the Nectar Tea sign here.
Antique trunks make fabulous bedside tables and are often sturdy enough to hold all manner of decorative pieces, from distressed letters to lamps and vases. Neon lights keep the look modern and up to date and add a counterpoint to the antique brass bed and street sign.
Team oversized light-up letters with a collection of vibrant vintage signs to bring drama and interest to a dark or unused corner of your home.
Turn a utilitarian bathroom into something altogether more exciting with a vintage bench and signage to create a quirky railway waiting room vibe.