Bare bulbs are the new chic for modern interiorsBare bulbs are the new chic for modern interiorsBare bulbs are the new chic for modern interiors

by:Keyuan     2020-06-27
In recent memory, for some time, when hanging a bare light bulb as a light source for home use, it shows a lack of decorative imagination, no pride in the House, or a shorthand without a movie. the impending doom is coming.
On the screen, we saw that they severely illuminated the cell and cast an unpleasant shadow on the terrorist\'s bomb --
Manufacturer, or shoot close range
It shows that a house is looted or abandoned.
In most of its history, the light bulb has been hidden behind the lampshades of various persuasion.
Bare light bulbs are only occasionally conveyed in style, not dirty.
In the early days of electricity, people were excited about Edison\'s light bulb and wanted to show it as a magical thing.
In the 1960 s, the famous lighting designer Ingo Maurer gave us a light bulb, a clear bulb inside a clear bulb.
Of course, recently, Edison-
The stylish filament bulb itself has revived and has become a commonplace in the urban attic and elsewhere, a symbol of industrial fashion that exudes a nostalgic retro glow that ordinary bulbs cannot achieve.
But while urban hipsters in Brooklyn and elsewhere are busy installing repaired hardware replicas of early industrial string lights, there are still some things that are happening.
At the beginning, we recognized our industrial history. now we have started our own design life. designers have used some of them.
Putting down the charm of the light bulb on a rope and pushing it to the future is definitely the result of contemporary times, in addition to simplicity. The LED-
Seletti\'s electric Crystal Bulb has different shapes and colors designed to play the charm of familiarizing yourself with the shape of the bulb while providing technology and energy
Energy saving performance of LED.
The Danish collective Muuto brought the design concept of \"new Nordic --
The popularity of a colorto the bare-bulb trend.
Muuto contemporary E27 lamps designed by Mattias st hlbom have 12 bright silicone tone tones.
It\'s all about simple beauty, says Sthlhlbom, and thinks there\'s nothing to compete with \"bare bulbs. \"British-
Plumen claimed to be \"the first energy-saving bulb in the world\" and-
Unlike most compact fluorescent bulbs
Designed to show off.
Its curved glass tube makes the bulb look different from each angle.
But now the mother of all Edison bulbsstyle mash-
Ups may be the Edison King pendant designed by Young & Battaglia for Mineheart and unveiled at last spring\'s Milan Furniture Show.
It features a miniature brass chandelier in one handblown eight-inch-
High transparent glass bulb hanging on silk cable
Its royal price tag is just over $750.
Recently, when hanging a bare light bulb as a light source for home use, it is considered that there is a lack of decorative imagination, no pride in the house, or no shorthand for the film, the impending doom is coming
On the screen, we saw that they severely illuminated the cell and cast an unpleasant shadow on the terrorist\'s bomb --
Manufacturer, or shoot close range
It shows that a house is looted or abandoned.
In most of its history, the light bulb has been hidden behind the lampshades of various persuasion.
Bare light bulbs are only occasionally conveyed in style, not dirty.
In the early days of electricity, people were excited about Edison\'s light bulb and wanted to show it as a magical thing.
In the 1960 s, the famous lighting designer Ingo Maurer gave us a light bulb, a clear bulb inside a clear bulb.
Of course, recently, Edison-
The stylish filament bulb itself has revived and has become a commonplace in the urban attic and elsewhere, a symbol of industrial fashion that exudes a nostalgic retro glow that ordinary bulbs cannot achieve.
But while urban hipsters in Brooklyn and elsewhere are busy installing repaired hardware replicas of early industrial string lights, there are still some things that are happening.
At the beginning, we recognized our industrial history. now we have started our own design life. designers have used some of them.
Putting down the charm of the light bulb on a rope and pushing it to the future is definitely the result of contemporary times, in addition to simplicity. The LED-
Seletti\'s electric Crystal Bulb has different shapes and colors designed to play the charm of familiarizing yourself with the shape of the bulb while providing technology and energy
Energy saving performance of LED.
The Danish collective Muuto brought the design concept of \"new Nordic --
The popularity of a colorto the bare-bulb trend.
Muuto contemporary E27 lamps designed by Mattias st hlbom have 12 bright silicone tone tones.
It\'s all about simple beauty, says Sthlhlbom, and thinks there\'s nothing to compete with \"bare bulbs. \"British-
Plumen claimed to be \"the first energy-saving bulb in the world\" and-
Unlike most compact fluorescent bulbs
Designed to show off.
Its curved glass tube makes the bulb look different from each angle.
But now the mother of all Edison bulbsstyle mash-
Ups may be the Edison King pendant designed by Young & Battaglia for Mineheart and unveiled at last spring\'s Milan Furniture Show.
It features a miniature brass chandelier in one handblown eight-inch-
High transparent glass bulb hanging on silk cable
Its royal price tag is just over $750.
Recently, when hanging a bare light bulb as a light source for home use, it is considered that there is a lack of decorative imagination, no pride in the house, or no shorthand for the film, the impending doom is coming
On the screen, we saw that they severely illuminated the cell and cast an unpleasant shadow on the terrorist\'s bomb --
Manufacturer, or shoot close range
It shows that a house is looted or abandoned.
In most of its history, the light bulb has been hidden behind the lampshades of various persuasion.
Bare light bulbs are only occasionally conveyed in style, not dirty.
In the early days of electricity, people were excited about Edison\'s light bulb and wanted to show it as a magical thing.
In the 1960 s, the famous lighting designer Ingo Maurer gave us a light bulb, a clear bulb inside a clear bulb.
Of course, recently, Edison-
The stylish filament bulb itself has revived and has become a commonplace in the urban attic and elsewhere, a symbol of industrial fashion that exudes a nostalgic retro glow that ordinary bulbs cannot achieve.
But while urban hipsters in Brooklyn and elsewhere are busy installing repaired hardware replicas of early industrial string lights, there are still some things that are happening.
At the beginning, we recognized our industrial history. now we have started our own design life. designers have used some of them.
Putting down the charm of the light bulb on a rope and pushing it to the future is definitely the result of contemporary times, in addition to simplicity. The LED-
Seletti\'s electric Crystal Bulb has different shapes and colors designed to play the charm of familiarizing yourself with the shape of the bulb while providing technology and energy
Energy saving performance of LED.
The Danish collective Muuto brought the design concept of \"new Nordic --
The popularity of a colorto the bare-bulb trend.
Muuto contemporary E27 lamps designed by Mattias st hlbom have 12 bright silicone tone tones.
It\'s all about simple beauty, says Sthlhlbom, and thinks there\'s nothing to compete with \"bare bulbs. \"British-
Plumen claimed to be \"the first energy-saving bulb in the world\" and-
Unlike most compact fluorescent bulbs
Designed to show off.
Its curved glass tube makes the bulb look different from each angle.
But now the mother of all Edison bulbsstyle mash-
Ups may be the Edison King pendant designed by Young & Battaglia for Mineheart and unveiled at last spring\'s Milan Furniture Show.
It features a miniature brass chandelier in one handblown eight-inch-
High transparent glass bulb hanging on silk cable
Its royal price tag is just over $750.
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