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4 Tips – Vintage Style Filament Bulbs

Posted on Feb 4, 2015 by

Heritage style lightbulbs are increasingly popular. And deservedly so, we say! These beautiful Factorylux filament bulbs have been made in Switzerland since 1906. Here, UK Factorylux stockist Urban Cottage Industries share their tips on how to use the most popular shapes.

This feature was taken from the launch issue of Warehouse Home.
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The striking long tube lightbulb has a linear filament. It’s a real feature whether lit or unlit and perfect for hallways and stairwells.

Long tube linear striplight filament, £29.40, Urban Cottage Industries

Long tube linear striplight filament lightbulb, Urban Cottage Industries

Long tube linear striplight filament, by FactoryLux from Urban Cottage Industries
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A beautiful large globe with a squirrel cage filament, this next bulb looks stunning when dimmed in a table lamp without a shade.

Large globe exposed filament, £21.60, Urban Cottage Industries

Large globe exposed filament lightbulb, Urban Cottage Industries

Large globe exposed filament, Urban Cottage Industries
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The filament in the oval spiral filament bulb is hand threaded. It gives a warm and relaxing light and is perfect for wall lights and mood lighting.

Oval spiral filament, £19.20, Urban Cottage Industries

Oval spiral filament, Urban Cottage Industries

Oval spiral filament, Urban Cottage Industries
Image courtesy of urbancottageindustries

The low energy alternative to filament bulbs, the pear shape eco-filament E27 screw lasts longer than 25,000 hours, so it’s ideal for hard to reach light fittings.

Pear shape eco-filament caret lamp E27 screw, £30.60, Urban Cottage Industries

Pear shape eco-filament caret lamp E27 screw lightbulb, Urban Cottage Industries

Pear shape eco-filament caret lamp E27 screw, Urban Cottage Industries
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This feature was taken from the launch issue of Warehouse Home. To enjoy the publication in full click here or in the reader below.

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