Nowadays everybody is very careful about energy saving. Among the various tricks to consume less electricity, there is a very simple and daily gesture: the use of energy-saving light bulbs which have now almost completely replaced the old incandescent bulbs. But there is a little problem: these bulbs often have shapes that are not really pleasing to look at, and you always try to hide them with lampshades or gaudy chandeliers.
But what if you want to keep your light bulb in sight? Plumen took care of it. Plumen is a brand that was born in 2001, with the creation of the first low-energy light bulb, that is not only functional and eco-friendly, but also beautiful! The very first prototype of this bulb was Plumen 001, by the Anglo-Saxon designer Samuel Wilkinson. Then arrived Baby Plumen 001, and the two lightbulbs won a lot of prizes and major awards for their absolutely original and pleasing look. These bulbs should no longer be hidden, on the contrary: you would do anything to put them on display!
And it is true that Plumen bulbs are to be showed off: in fact, some of them are exhibited in important collections of many museums of form design, such as the MoMA in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt of New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and finally, the Design Museum of Helsinki. Then, having them at home means owning a museum piece! To enhance even more their shapes and peculiarities, Plumen also sells bulb holders that enhance the look of the light bulb without concealing it.
Thanks to Plumen, it is finally possible to combine the respect for the environment and a fashionable interior design, energy saving and aesthetics. By purchasing a product by Plumen, no one will have something to say if at your place you prefer keeping light bulbs at sight. With Plumen lamps, every home can have a touch of class either with the lights on or off. Since light bulbs are necessary, why not try an innovative lamp by Plumen?
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