Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) are a low energy alternative to traditional incandescent bulbs. Instead of a tungsten filament, CFLs consist
Light bulb options have changed since incandescent bulbs were discontinued. In this guide, we’ll help you understand which type of lamp to buy in 2020.
Gone are the days of plain, utilitarian light bulbs! Carbon filament bulbs are ushering in a fashionable new era in home and commercial lighting design. Carbon filament bulbs, also known as antique filament bulbs, squirrel cage bulbs, or Edison bulbs (after their inventor) are bringing chic, vintage style back to lighting. Since the 1980s, these statement bulbs have experienced a regular resurgence in popularity every few years thanks to their industrial charm and warm, relaxing ambience.
Since 1880, when Thomas Edison lit up Menlo Park for the first time with his incandescent lamps, electric lights have
Carbon filament bulbs have a loosely coiled filament that offers a unique, vintage look that is ideal for exposed-bulb fixtures.