Our LED filament lights have been featured in a stunning installation at Ealing Broadway’s Christmas Market. The Wonderland Collective, a pop up shop curated by Eat Me Drink Me, has been illuminated with LED filament lamps from the Bright Goods range. The shop’s exterior is decorated with holly and is shining brightly with our Victoria LED filament lamps. The Victoria is a popular shape from the Bright Goods range, featuring a clear glass cover and lattice LED filament, the lamp uses a mere 6 watts and provides an impressive light output of 100 lumens per watt.
‘Wonderland Collective’ is spelt out in amber metal lettering paired with Victoria LED filament lamps which create a beautiful, inviting and warm glow to the shop.
Ian Hawes, Director of Light Fixation, who supplied the lamps to the Wonderland Collective stand commented “We chose to use lamps from Bright Goods because they are high quality, come in a variety of stylish designs and have a good range of colour temperatures to choose from. Also, Bright Goods is a UK company, and as the Christmas market supports UK craftspeople, it fits in with the ethos of the event. We used The Victoria lamps in the festoon because the warmth of the light gives the perfect glow for a festive Christmas Market, plus the size and shape of the lamp is far more dramatic and interesting than a frosted golfball, without looking over the top. We have also lit the inside of the chalet with our bespoke light fittings using Bright Goods lamps, which are all for sale.”
Inside the pop up shop are 5 unique light fittings designed by Ian Hawes including Bright Goods bulbs in an industrial cross pipe chandelier and dangling from steam punk desk lamps – all of which are available to purchase from Wonderland Collective.
Wonderland Collective, open until Christmas Eve, is selling a wide variety of gifts including Christmas themed tea towels, cushions, postcards, glassware, eco-friendly canvas bags, clocks, paintings and much more.
You can visit the Wonderland Collective shop at Ealing Broadway Centre until 24th December 2016.