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Available in crystal, gold or smoke finish, the Buster Bulb creates a subtle ambient light.
For a long time, LED bulbs were a conundrum: sure, they use just the teensiest bit of electricity, but the light they emit isn’t exactly warm and inviting.
For the most part, these lamps weren’t designs you’d show off, either. (Edison bulbs bounced back to corner that market.) U.K. label Buster and Punch, however, has created a designer LED bulb that’s as pretty as the power it’s saving.
Available in crystal, gold or smoke finish, the Buster Bulb creates a subtle ambient light—as well as a spotlight on the surface below it—all while consuming one-twentieth the energy of a traditional bulb. Take that, Edison.
Buster bulb, from $87, busterandpunch.com