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by Anna Hoffman (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Jun 30, 2011

Edison bulbs, aka filament bulbs, are those antique-looking light bulbs that you can look at directly without hurting your eyes. They are therefore often used bare, and they typically add a rustic or




 

 

6-30-carbonfilamentwikimedia.jpgEdison bulbs, aka filament bulbs, are those antique-looking light bulbs that you can look at directly without hurting your eyes. They are therefore often used bare, and they typically add a rustic or vintage accent to a room. Let's find out how they are different from regular, modern incandescent bulbs, and see if we find any surprising facts about the Wizard of Menlo Park himself, Thomas Edison, and his role in the invention of electric light bulbs. (Spoiler alert: we find something, and it's kind of surprising)!



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