A couple new signs went up recently on Seventh Avenue, for businesses that are well-established but felt the need for some upgrading.
Roma Pizza's old signage came down a couple months ago, and new signs have gone up. They're unobtrusive, classy, and stick to the old color scheme. Holding down a storefront between Union and Berkeley since 1982, Roma is old-school, no-frills Brooklyn pizza at its finest (and served as a lifesaver after an unfulfilling recent meal at a certain new area seafood restaurant).
Further up the avenue, on the corner of 12th Street, 396 Deli decided to forego their old white awning in favor of a bright yellow one. It's not bright green, but still not particularly low-profile. Here's how it used to look: