Edison bulbs, also known as vintage bulbs or filament bulbs, have become increasingly popular in recent years due to their unique, nostalgic look.
These gorgeous lights are designed to mimic the look of the original filament bulbs first used in the 1800s, and they have a distinctive amber glow – an amber glow that is both warm and inviting at the same time (if you can’t tell, I’m a fan!).
However, one question that many people have about Edison bulbs is: are they bright enough to light up a kitchen? It’s all well and good that they look nice, but are they sufficiently bright to light up a kitchen?
In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at Edison bulbs – what they are, how bright they are compared to traditional light bulbs, and then we’ll look at whether or not they are a good choice for lighting your kitchen.
Let’s dive in!