Decorating With Neon Colors
Bright Spot on the Table
Neon Pulls Up a Chair
Swap in a bright seat at one or both ends of the table, and add a layer of glowy accessories. Sprinkling neon throughout the room makes the statement look considered rather than arbitrary.
To buy: Plana chairs, $278 each (sold as a set of four), propertyfurniture.com for info. La Tête au Cube Fluo vase, $159, fitzsu.com. Ruche Yellow plates, $150 each, royalcrownderbyusa.com for info. Seersucker napkins, $72 for four, kimseybert.com. Soiree tray, $308, avfhome.com. Ten-inch yellow glass vase (on mantel), $19, candlesbyconnie.com.
A bold (but not too bright) rug takes the shock out of neon—smart in a bedroom, where you want to relax. For those craving only a hint of visual energy, subtle neon piping on bedsheets works with virtually every type of decor.
To buy: Ombre Cougar rug, $299 (five by eight feet), cb2.com. Yellow chair, $475, innitdesigns.com. Truly Outrageous chevron pillow, $56 for two, earthcadets.com. Ayanna Citron queen sheet set, $225, blisslivinghome.com. Thomas Eyck merino-wool throw, $525, dwr.com. &Tradition Flower Pot table lamp, $530, 2modern.com. Charm candy bowl (under nightstand), $388, avfhome.com.
A playful pendant can act as a focal point, drawing the eye away from messy surfaces to a crisper view. Artwork displaying a rainbow of neons serves as a unifier, making it easy for pieces in acid green, orange, and hot pink to live together.
To buy: MRP pendant light, $720, propertyfurniture.com for info. Menu Dropp! green bowl, $50; Kähler Cammeo white striped containers, $54 (on shelf) and $59 (on counter): aplusrstore.com. Piece V (leaning), an original artwork by Keila Marino, $175, shopfurbish.com. Neon Circles, a print by Jessica Appleby, $16, etsy.com. Mini bowls (top shelf), $18 for two; mini treasure pot (bottom shelf, left), $8: windandwillowhome.com. Pasabahce orange tumbler (on counter), $50, T.J.Maxx. De’Longhi kMix coffeemaker, $150, shopdelonghi.com.