Wonderful Decorative Light Bulbs
When it comes to decorative light bulbs you have many choices, not only between bulb types but also bulb shapes. By decorative light bulbs I mean bulbs that are fully exposed or partially exposed. Decorative bulbs typically fall within two general families: candelabra and globe shape light bulbs. Though the candelabra family of light bulbs include far more shapes than the globe, the globe shape is very common, especially in bathrooms and theatres. Among the most popular globe shape bulbs is the G25. The G25 is available in halogen and CFL types, allowing you to achieve two very different types of light. Halogen G25s are available in various wattages and come with different types of glass envelopes. Whether you choose a halogen G25 with a crystal or standard glass envelope, your bathroom, theatre, or wherever else you decide to use one will benefit from the bright, elegant light. CFL G25 shapes offer light in 2,700K and 3,000K versions and at a quarter of the wattage of halogen G25 bulbs. Furthermore, CFL G25s will not produce nearly as much heat as a halogen, making them the better choice where you need your space to remain cool. The one downside of CFL G25s is that they do not have the option of the more aesthetically appealing clear glass envelope.
Swiss-made 60w decorative cage light bulbs, based on an original 1930′s design. Containing a 4,000hr lifespan filament.
They looked just like these decorative light bulbs do. â€˜Cause if you thought that they were balloon animals, let me tell you youâ€ re so very wrong. Theyâ€ re nothing but some playful light bulbs designed by Thelermont Hupton, which are known under the name of Blown Up lamps.
A distinctively sculptured bulb. Gold Tint version is particularly suitable for exterior lanterns. 2000 Hour – Double Life Lamp.
Looks like candlelight and enhances the look of light fixtures. Use in chandeliers, wall sconces and postlights. 1,500 average life hours.