60,617 antique bulb Home Design Photos

kodu design
4 Reviews
condo residence on spruce street
Ideabooks8,244
Questions4
awesome with antique light bulbs
Nice bulbs :)
“dunkle küche, graue wände” — hermsdorf
Katrina Guevara
lightbulb.jpeg
Ideabooks800
Questions2
vintage bulb cages and antique bulbs, truly one-of-a-kind According to Cat, it's her favorite piece in the house.
What are theses light bulbs called?
edison bulbs and industrial pendants, black board paint
of the bulbs and casings, like the industrial look
love the bare bulb idea
Bare bulbs around bar.
Hanging exposed bulbs
mixed bulbs and cages
light bulbs called?...light bulbs!...Vintage bulb cages...Light bulbs...antique bulbs...Edison bulb...dison Bulbs.
“Everything,just what I'm doing at my dinning room” — galilealucero09
SuzAnn Kletzien Design
9 Reviews
Bachelor Pad at Trump Residences
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Questions0
Antique light bulbs
“Antique light bulbs” — mcchau01
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
21 Reviews
Spring Lake-Dining Room
Ideabooks1,091
Questions4
hold the bulbs just above the water and allow room for root growth below. Pick vases that won't tip over when the large flowers bloom. Place a bulb in your vessel and add water until it just reaches the bottom of the bulb. Change the water once or twice a week by tipping the liquid out and replacing
Put the bulbs in a place that's cool (40 to 55 degrees) and dark until the roots develop and leaves begin to sprout. Bulbs that were prechilled will show growth in roughly three to four weeks, whereas regular bulbs take eight to 16 weeks. Note: The temperature during this rooting period is critical:
out the bulbs. Water forcing uses every scrap of energy a bulb has to offer, so the bulbs will not rebloom.
“light” — tmrealtors
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Greenlee Dining
Ideabooks4,304
Questions8
pick: Antique White 6119 by Sherwin-Williams
Sherwin Williams - Antique White SW 6119
vanilla antique white 6119 sherwin williams
Antique White paint #6119- Sherwin Williams
Antique white paint sherwin William 6119
Antique white- check out the actual paint #
5. Antique white. For a more traditional space, antique whites work best because they provide a lived-in feel to a room. In dining areas, this shade of vanilla is a great choice because it's considered a 'delicious' color. Paint pick: Antique White 6119 by Sherwin-Williams
“Sw antique white” — mirandas81
Kaylovesvintage
Dining area
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hold the bulbs just above the water and allow room for root growth below. Pick vases that won't tip over when the large flowers bloom.Place a bulb in your vessel and add water until it just reaches the bottom of the bulb. Change the water once or twice a week by tipping the liquid out and replacing it with
Put the bulbs in a place that's cool (40 to 55 degrees) and dark until the roots develop and leaves begin to sprout. Bulbs that were prechilled will show growth in roughly three to four weeks, whereas regular bulbs take eight to 16 weeks. Note: The temperature during this rooting period is critical: 40
out the bulbs. Water forcing uses every scrap of energy a bulb has to offer, so the bulbs will not rebloom.
“table and chairs” — rpaffleck
Andrew Snow Photography
Bedroom Detail
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light bulb and the chunky baseboards.
Bulb light main bedroom
below!More:Antique Chic: Edison BulbsGuest Picks: Exposed Bulb Lighting
light bulbs...The light bulb...exposed bulb...Light bulb...Hang bulb...bulb light
“Office light” — fateshand
Brunelleschi Construction
14 Reviews
Alterman
Ideabooks10,984
Questions13
specialty bulb, incandescent and partly silvered to bounce the light back up rather than glare down. You could put something else in it but it would probably glare. I've seen that sort of bulb used in booth seating type restaurants... I'm surprised the fixture doesn't have more white reflector at the top
teals, antiqued finish..goes well with stainless and stone fireplace
This is it-we like color style antique look. it would go well with conc counter
with an antique mirror backsplash achieves a slightly eclectic design. But look closely and you’ll see a fun mix of cabinet pulls and knobs that gives the kitchen real personality. See more of this Kitchen of the WeekCabinets: Decora Cabinetry with Turquoise Rust finish
“like the color, warmth imparted by the somewhat "aged" feel of the cabinets. I don't exactly light t” — homelaura
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