nostalgia’s lit large with hip edison bulbs
She looks forward to the hottest trends in home lighting, Edison, retro or nostalgic globe, paying tribute to Thomas Alva Edison, who is considered the father of incandescent lamps.
As a replica of the inventor\'s first light bulb, the EDIS family now sparkles in the United States and Canada.
The exposed bulb, made in hundreds of designs, is considered a fashionable return to more rural times.
\"I want to continue the modern version of Victorian steampunk through plumbing and lighting,\" says Conable, a 70-year-old retired school librarian . \".
\"That\'s why I chose these bulbs.
\"Over the past three years, these unlikely celebrities in the interior design world have jumped from the business to the home decor,\" said David Gray, a spokeswoman for Chatsworth, Calif. -
Lamps Plus, a professional lighting retailer.
Winding, twisted, criss-crossed
Visible filaments cross, tie, separate, or bundle
Threaded heating element made of tungsten or carbon
Offers many aesthetic charms of the bulb.
\"Any fixtures around these bulbs usually represent some kind of industrial function, such as pipes or safety cages,\" Gray said . \".
Films such as Skyfall and drama scandals have beautified these unlikely beautiful lighthouses as pastel in subway tunnels, hideouts, basements, secret meeting rooms, and attic crawling spaces, Gray saysJanice Morell-
Bilman used the Edison light bulb in the living room and the restaurant candle holder in her 1929 Tudor-style residence on the river.
\"I\'m in a good mood,\" she said . \"
\"Much better than traditional incandescent lamps.
\"Edison bulbs are also very useful in contemporary decoration.
\"In addition to glitz and glamour, any design welcomes them,\" Gray said . \".
According to Dan Cocco, who works with Conable, the consumer\'s fascination with industrial fashion, inspired by the pendant Edison bulb in the restaurant, has fueled this boom.
Hampton Inn Laurel-
Hunter, he owns a 15-year-old Riverside-
Specialized in the basic business of repair work. These old-
The time version of the real thing started to pop a few years ago, so special ordering is no longer needed.
Now, Cocco says they are everywhere, selling home improvement giants from the Internet to Home Depot and fashion home chains including Pottery Barn and repair hardware.
Unlike regular incandescent lamps hidden behind curtains or frosted glass, new electronics are not cheap, and each bulb costs $7 to $20.
But the price does not stop homeowners like Conable, who deploy them in floor lamps, desk lamps, wall lights outside and bathroom fixtures.
\"I like to see this kind of winding light,\" she said . \" She is referring to tungsten wire.
\"They have a great accent and they don\'t shine brightly.
Edisons create the atmosphere because they are not as bright as standard incandescent lamps.
Casting a warm, butter, amber glow, 40-and 60-
The Watt lights are discreet and it\'s good to read the menu but not a book.
\"There is plenty of light to do anything but take it seriously,\" Gray said . \".
However, the electronics are a serious waste of 5 to 10 times the energy of other bulbs on the market, Corco said.
\"That\'s why they are accent lights.
\"But, Gray says, filament lovers can fix and fix the device with the new LED Edison bulb instead of unplugging the plug that has become a cultural icon --
The energy of the lamp, but it costs $6 more per unit.
\"We\'re playing catch. up,” he said.
\"Edison\'s LEDs are just staring out.
But they are charming and have a unique light.
It may take a few years for them to show the same appeal.