The return of filament bulbs
The first filament bulb was produced in 1879 by the British chemist and electrician, Joseph Swan. Later, improvement works by the American inventor Thomas Edison earned him the nickname of Edison bulb. Anyway, the filament bulb is characterized by a warm white light. This type of bulb consists of carrying an incandescent tungsten filament. If, at the time, this creation was a real innovation, the incandescent bulb was banned from 2008. The reason? It consumes far too much energy! Never mind, the incandescent bulb has not completely disappeared. In reality, it has given way to LED bulbs, which are more economical and ecological. If the manufacturing techniques differ, the filament bulb remains a safe bet indoors. And we notice his return noticed on the front of the decor scene in recent seasons. While it was once dressed in a lampshade, the filament bulb is now exposed. Exit the superfluous, the bulb becomes a decorative element in its own right that we proudly display in its interior!
How to adopt it indoors?
Due to its sobriety and simplicity, the LED filament bulb adapts to all interior styles. Generally, it is suspended from the ceiling to replace traditional lighting. Building on its success, the filament bulb is infinitely available. There are, for example, models to ask, which are mobile, move as desired. Ideal to illuminate a corner of the room or to promote a subdued atmosphere, the table lamp is an excellent supplemental lighting. If the filament bulb allows a lounge type atmosphere when used alone, it takes on a whole new look when it multiplies. Cumulated and suspended, the bulbs become the main lighting in a room. We imagine, for example, several filament bulbs suspended around a wooden branch above the dining table to replace the ceiling light. The good decor idea? Install bulbs with variable heights to give rhythm and character to your room. Most of the time, table lamps have a very long cable. Why not use it to create a light scene? We imagine, for example, wrapped on the floor for a bohemian rendering or suspended on a decorative scale or directly on the wall, like a light garland. As for finishes and customizations, there is no shortage of choices! The cables are colored, twisted and even dressed in textile, the sockets are adorned with noble materials such as copper or porcelain ... You understand, the filament bulbs have not said their last word and count well stand out in the trendiest interiors!