27 May '11, 12pm

Green: A Bright Side to the Bulb Changeover

A Bright Side to the Bulb Changeover By PENELOPE GREEN As I noted in an article in Thursday’s Home section, some interior designers whose results depend on precisely the right lighting are hoarding incandescent light bulbs before they are phased out under congressional legislation. But not all decorators are wedded to the incandescent. Philps The A19 LED bulb. Scott Salvator, an interior designer in Manhattan, has embraced LED lighting with gusto, noting one happy byproduct of this longer-living variety. “Designers have tons of maintenance built into the job,” Mr. Salvator said. Once a house or apartment is “done,” in other words, designers will return again and again to, say, arrange flowers for a holiday party or change light bulbs in complicated fixtures. A bulb with a long life is like “sliced bread,” Mr. Salvator said. “Thank god someone thought of it.” He has been us...

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