How to create a vintage lighting look

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Vintage-style lighting can create a unique focal point for your room

Since the rise of fluorescent & LED lighting, filament-style bulbs with a warm glow effect have become increasingly popular. Couple these with a suitable pendant or lamp fitting, and you'll be able to create a vintage, warm-feeling lighting effect in no time & with little effort.
IKEA NITTIO LED Filament-Style Bulb
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IKEA NITTIO LED Filament-Style Bulb

Essential: IKEA NITTIO LED Filament-Style Bulb

The  IKEA NITTIO series LED filament-style bulbs are the main element in creating a vintage, warm, mood lighting effect. These bulbs have been specifically designed with a warm, orange LED in the base which shines into the coiled plastic, creating a lit filament effect. Using only 1.8W each, these bulbs emit enough light for a warm glow. At 20lm output, you wouldn't want to read a book under these, but they're ideal for accent lighting. These are available in both silver and copper colours, E14 small screw for lamps & E27 large screw for pendants.
IKEA HEMMA Copper-Colour Ceiling Pendant
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IKEA HEMMA Copper-Colour Ceiling Pendant

Ceiling Centrepiece: IKEA HEMMA Copper Cord Set

The  IKEA HEMMA Copper cord/pendant set is an ideal match for the NITTIO bulbs. The great thing about IKEA pendants is that the length can be adjusted to your needs (you get a whole 1.8m of cord!). The copper version on the E27 NITTIO bulbs would be an ideal bulb for this. These would also work in a line of 3 or 5 to create a larger effect.
IKEA HEMMA 35cm Lamp Base (Black)
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IKEA HEMMA 35cm Lamp Base (Black)

For the table: IKEA HEMMA Lamp Base

The  Black IKEA HEMMA lamp base is a classic, understated lamp base that'll let the NITTIO bulb be the centre of attention. At 35cm, these are ideal for a side or console table in a pair. They're compatible with E14 small sure bulbs.
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