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Photography by @2MODERN

Lots of neon paint was used in the making of this living room and kitchen. If you’re looking to make a smaller impact, take note of the detailed ways each color is used.

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Photography by @CLAIREESPARROS

Layer abstract neon prints for a small but noticeable punch of color.

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Photography by @ELSIELARSON

A bold floor color isn’t exactly subtle, but with the right decor, it could just be the one pop of color you need. (See how Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess DIY-ed these ah-mazing wood teal floors on her blog).

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Photography by @JEFFMINDELL

If you favor a more minimal aesthetic but want to get in on the neon fun, consider choosing a bright hue for your door.

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Photography by HENNY VAN BELKOM FOR ANTHOLOGY MAGAZINE

Color is aplenty in this formal dining room. The bright coral statement wall stands out, but it’s the little addition of more neons, pastels, and primary colors that really makes the space.

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Photography by THEPEAKOFTRESCHIC.COM

If you’re a minimalist at heart and can’t bear to bring in more than the tiniest pop of neon, consider a throw blanket. Simply store it for a more classically neutral space.

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Photography by @MONICAWANGPHOTO

Add color to a muted living room by adding a large, neon painting over the couch. If you look closely, you’ll notice the turquoise hue was carried through the room with smaller photo frames.

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Photography by @LONNYMAG

Mixing and matching seating is one of our favorite design trends. This room’s rustic, minimalist vibe is completely disrupted (in the BEST way possible!) by these blue metal chairs. 

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Photography by @THEEVERYGIRL_

Choose a color family, and buy bright and neon-colored home decor accessories to accent larger neutral pieces. We love the pops of purple, pink, and fuchsia in this living room.

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Photography by ANYAADORES.BLOGSPOT.COM

This family living room is definitely not lacking color. We’re particularly mesmerized by the bright binding of this family’s book (and vase!) collection. 

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Photography by ARCHITECTUREARTDESIGNS.COM

The use of highlighter yellow pillows is so unexpected in an otherwise pastel-focused room, but it works SO well!

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Photography by BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS

Proof all you need is a bright table runner to add some playful color to a room.

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Photography by BLOGLOVIN

Who knew gray and so many neons made for such a solid pairing?

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Photography by MARIECLAIREMAISON.COM

Neon teal walls don’t feel overwhelming when paired with a sleek, dark washed wood dining room table set, oversized black and white prints, and a chic chandelier. 

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Photography by @JUSTINABLAKENEY

We love the idea of choosing a bright hue (like this electric orange) for the outside of your doors to add a pop of color to your hallway. 

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Photography by HONESTLYYUM.COM

The pink ceiling ledge really completes the room. (The neon chairs don’t hurt, either)!

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Photography by THEDESIGNCHASER.COM

Somehow, the soft whites and taupes manage to create an ideal foundation for the pale orange duvet, bold yellow sheets, and various neon throw pillows.

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Photography by INSIDEOUT.COM.AU

These bright, shiny shelves perfectly compliment the bold yellow couch and the subtle mint metal of the coffee table.

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Photography by MONTSE GARRIGA FOR DESIGN-MILK.COM

The graphic, geometrical elements in this room are made more pronounced by the use of neons. From the chandelier to the rug, this bedroom is a modern neon-lover’s dream.

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Photography by SIMPLELOVELYBLOG.COM

Can you even imagine growing up in this bedroom? The antique mirror, super shiny dresser, and smart accessories make the extreme use of color inviting, not overwhelming.

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Photography by STYLEBYEMILYHENDERSON.COM

The subtle pops of fuchsia really compliment the turquoise couch and neon teal chair. We love how the Rainbow Fish-inspired pillow ties all the colors together.