Everything Old is New Again…

By Dawn Homa

One of my favorite songs of the seventies:  the classic “Everything Old Is New Again.” 

Among the lyrics, is a timeless truth:

“Don’t throw the past away

You might need it some rainy day

Dreams can come true again

When everything old is new again”

So don’t throw out the old wood or the used wrought iron, these can be turned into beautiful signs.  Reclaimed wood signs are very popular and they emit a sense of timelessness.  We’re sharing a few of the ones made by us and our sibling Signarama’s across the country.  The beauty of the wood is that it doesn’t have to be perfect.  The knot holes and the uneven edges just adds to the flavor and interest of the sign. 

North Dallas, Texas

You don’t have to always compete with the flashy lights and bold colors.  Sometimes being subtle and wearing a little bling, gets you noticed!

Using Beams and exterior lighting gives extra character to a sign.  Black Diamond was made from wood, metal and HDU painted to look like wood. 

Brighton, Colorado

Adding metal with bolts gives an industrial look.  Routing the face and having the color behind adds more interest to the sign.F

Fort Collins, Colorado
Huntington, New York

Metal and reclaimed wood combined with a custom made, multi-dimensional stag head makes S.T.A.G.S  Tap House stand out from the crowd. 

Huntington, New York

Check out more sign ideas on our website.   Signaramacolorado.com

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