sideshow sign co.


Oh vintage signs, you always steal my heart. It’s impossible for me to resist a good marquee sign, and one day when I have a bigger apartment, I’m going to bite the bullet and get one. Until then, I’ll be here in my shoebox admiring these giant signs from Sideshow Sign Co. (what a fun name to say) online. Started by a husband and wife team in Nashville (Luke is from Australia, Jasmin’s hometown is Nashville), Sideshow specializes in giant marquee letters and vintage educational and old-world prints. That little exclamation point below is painfully cute and petite (for a marquee sign), so if you’re in the market for something bold and bright, click here to check out Sideshow’s collection online. xo, grace



  1. their signs are just what we’ve been looking for. thanks for sharing!

  2. I was lucky enough to snag one myself a couple of months ago. It came off of a factory in Kitchener, Ontario (an hour west of Toronto), and that very same day I walked into the salvage company and bought it. It’s actually a “p” but I flipped it around to be a “d” for our family’s last name. http://pinterest.com/pin/177258935303354198/

  3. I’m in love with these! I totally guessed that this place was in Nashville – that’s a perfect town for this stuff! That’R’ is my favorite!

  4. Uncle Beefy says:

    Eeee!!! Love it, Grace! I could *totally* use the “!” sign. Y’think? ;)

    1. Grace Bonney says:

      dont think i haven’t considered it ;)

      g

  5. Rachel says:

    Oh, wonderful! I’m a bit obsessed with vintage signage, myself. I love the shadow play poster best of all, I think. Thank you for sharing!

  6. I have admired signs like these for so long. When I remodel by bedroom, I’m getting one!

  7. Gary Pope says:

    Beautiful Sign..I like this…

  8. John Fulton says:

    Awesome.. i love these signs..

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