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November 12, 2019

Neon Light

Category: General – Tags: – Joan – 11:02 am

Technology, once considered solely advertising, are increasingly gaining market of interior design. The use of neon for decoration, not only shops and offices, and even living rooms – one of the brightest examples of this. Neon light emphasizes the reliefs of the walls, decorative niches and arches, stairs, catwalks in the floor and even a line of furniture. But most of the neon is used to design the ceiling. Modern technology allows the ceilings complex form, combining decorative holes and ledges, showing the distribution of residential areas in the room.

Neon tubes, placed in niches in the projections, provide an opportunity to stress relief and changes in altitude and texture ceiling, opening up new opportunities for designers to create architectural compositions. The design shall be excluded line of sight tube, creating an unobtrusive ambient light. Preferable to the classic calm warm and cool shades of white, blue, green … It emphasizes the shine of metal, wood and gives relief and depth. Producer responsibility when working in residential areas disproportionately higher than the production of street signs, so the production tubing must pass strict quality control in particular.

With proper operation, the tube should work about 20 years. Neon design fits perfectly into the style of hi-tech, with its dynamism and sharp geometric lines. In addition, the neon light is used in classic interiors. Wall reliefs, and stucco columns equally need soft lighting, which accentuates the lines smooth curves. In this case the perfect neon warm white or light-blue glow. Prices on neon depend not only on the complexity of the font, but also on the diameter of the pipe used, and also on the type of glass. Neon lamps used in the manufacture of signs, have a diameter of 8mm to 25mm. It should be noted that the neon lights of larger diameter are more economical because transformers need to be significantly less.

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