Neon lights are typically something you would expect to find on a grand scale in Las Vegas or some other over-the-top locale. People got used that neon belongs outside, andit needs a big transformer box to make it work, and for sure it has an insalubrious reputation thanks to shop signs and XXX clubs. But Brooklyn-based design firm Carnevale Studio took the popular design element and shrunk it down to size and style to suit interior settings.
Called Group 18 in a nod to the periodical table of elements in which neon is found, these neon lights use 3D modeling to downsize each light and minimize the space each piece utilizes. Each light also contains glass that was bent over an open flame inside a glass studio. The piece is available in a variety of colors and sizes.
Such a light is great for hosting parties or just to add a festive feeling to your interior. Make it modern and bright with these Group 18!