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Whether neon signs fit with your design aesthetic or not, there’s no denying they are cool. Neon fluorescents just seem to light up a room with a certain energy. But…there is one downside. Neon signs are expensive! Especially the customized designs. So while not everyone can afford to splurge hundreds (and hundreds) on an eclectic home decor piece, we can still dream, right? Here are team domino’s neon signs they would hang in their homes. What’s yours?

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Rebecca Ren, intern

Mine would be “flâneur“—a French word that basically means urban explorer/city stroller. I learned the word in an art history class and love its etymology.

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Marilyn La Jeunesse, web intern

I would have the word “Flawless” created as a hot

pink neon sign

as a constant reminder to let go of insecurities. Flawless is a word the exudes confidence and can be a great morning motivator if made into a sign. Plus, it would look great on the white brick wall in my apartment.

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Stephanie Harth, associate merchandiser

Mine would be really small (that I could lean on top of my dresser) that says “this time tomorrow“—my favorite line from The Kinks’ song.

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Alyssa Clough, assistant digital & social editor

Laughing out loud cures all. There’s really nothing better than a good laugh. Plus, I love the idea of laughter filling in for love (for those days when you’re just not feeling it).

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Mike Huffstetler, executive vice president of business development

It’s a nickname.

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Sara Hampt, graphic designer

‘Cause life is hard!

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Taylor Nies, integrated marketing manager

There’s a little animal in all of us.

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Anna Kocharian, assistant editor

It’s a term that embodies myself at my happiest and one that kindles a continuous thirst for travel.

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Emily Possenriede, senior site merchandiser

Mine would 100% be an outline of Michelle Tanner with her thumb up and underneath say “You Got It Dude“.  I just think that would be an awesome thing to see everyday when leaving the house.  Like right on Michelle, I do got it.

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Phuong Nguyen, Graphic Designer

I have many but I’m currently obsessing over this one phrase. It reminds me of the importance of knowing when to let go or take a break. Just because something is not achievable now doesn’t mean it never will be. Come back and try again later!

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Michael Wiltbank, photo editor

I think it is just good to have a daily affirmation to remind yourself that you are enough and to do your best!

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Shani Silver, director of digital content

Discovered at one of the coolest coffee shops in L.A, I love how this sign appeared on an ivy-covered wall. I love the font and for some reason I feel all neon signs should be pink.