In Appreciation of Edison Bulbs
If you've ever stepped inside our Newberg office, you would know immediately that we here at Square Deal love Edison bulbs. They're in the front office area, in the conference room, in the back office area, and in the kitchenette. We have 26 Edison bulbs in total!
Edison bulbs are considered "vintage," but obviously these light bulbs were made much more recently and designed to look older. In the 1980s, a guy by the name of Bob Rosenzweig started reproducing the bulbs, and they've steadily increased in popularity ever since.
The modern reproductions of the classic bulbs are significantly more energy efficient, and Swedish furniture & decor superstore Ikea even offers several different LED versions, a design they call Lunnom.
You can do a lot with the bulbs, such as something more sturdy and fixed like our pipes, or hanging via chord from the ceiling, putting them in a table lamp with a shade or glass, filing a chandelier with them, putting them in a wall sconce, hanging them in a pendant fixture - the possibilities are pretty much endless.
The bulbs lend well to many different decor styles, from modern to rustic to farmhouse to boho to craftsmen to eclectic to industrial, and can be purchased anywhere normal light bulbs can be found. You can even get a 6-pack of them from Amazon for less that $25.
For more Edison bulb inspiration, check out our Pinterest board.
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