Little Rae's custom LED neon signs are the perfect touch of light for your home decor or workspace

Posted November 10, 2021 by littlerae

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The manufacturing of LED neon signs necessitates extensive product knowledge, a worldwide perspective in sign design, high performance, and consistency in product quality - all of which Little Rae provides to their customers.

Little Rae is a family-run neon sign company from the United Kingdom that not only creates, and custom-makes neon lights based on customer preferences, but also have a huge selection of neon designs to choose from. Because it is a flexible LED that replaces the former classic (gas-filled) glass neon tubes, its neon is energy efficient, has minimal operating costs, and is fully safe to use.

Their sustainable business strategy supports the qualities that one would expect from a highly talented, and bespoke signage business with a national reach as one of the UK's fastest-growing neon sign companies.
“We specialise in personalised, bespoke neon signs for any setting or any venue, including workplaces and restaurant neon signs, bar signs, wedding decor, and aesthetically pleasing neon artwork for custom home décor. Our custom neon signs may be found lighting up offices, homes, bars, stores, beauty salons, cafes, weddings, parties, and events around the country, and they are also ideal for Christmas decorations.

LED neon signs are less expensive than the old glass neon signs and are not only more energy-efficient, but also more safe, robust, and portable. In addition, LED neon signs can be made in a variety of fonts and colours, making it simple to create one-of-a-kind, customised neon signs. We have you covered, regardless of whether you want a replica vintage neon sign or something more modern and decorative,” said the owner of Little Rae - Sophie Tipping.

Sophie, a designer with experience in lighting design, became a sign maker after being unable to find what she was looking for when exploring the internet for decorating ideas for her child's room. She opted to make her own, which led to her producing bespoke neon signs for friends and family, which eventually led to a profitable online business.

You can use Sophie's expertise to design your own neon sign, but if you are unable to design your ideal custom neon sign, don't worry, since you can contact Little Rae for a custom quote, incorporating your specifications (including font and colour), design ideas, and your budget.

Little Rae's neon light signs are all custom made to order and may be customised to your exact specifications. They can create whatever neon sign you want, in any font, colour, and with quotes, names, and letters.
Orders may take up to a week or longer to complete, and the cost includes design, production, and shipping. Visit Little Rae's website to learn more and discover what they have to offer.

About us
Little Rae is a family operated neon sign business based in the UK. We offer a wide variety of neon signs, and our neon is a flexible LED that replaces traditional glass neon. It is energy efficient, low in operating costs, and safe to use. The LED flex we use is composed of silicon, so there is no risk of it breaking and it releases very little heat, making it safe to touch. Because our signs are all handmade, there may be subtle variations from one product to the next. We also use a specialty glue, which occasionally leaves minor extra markings on the acrylic, which I'm afraid cannot be avoided (we try our best to keep this at a minimum). Please visit our website at to find out more.
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Issued By Little Rae
Phone 7852436100
Business Address Bank Gallery High St, Kenilworth Warwickshire United Kingdom CV8 1LY
Country United Kingdom
Categories Electronics , Manufacturing , Miscellaneous
Tags custom neon lights for room , neon name sign for bedroom , neon sign above bed , wall neon signs for bedroom
Last Updated November 10, 2021