We have the areas largest light bulb selection, with over 10,000 light bulbs! If you are looking for a specific light bulb size, type, or style come by either location and our experts will help you find it.
At The Light House Gallery we can get the bulb you need. Specialty, vintage and incandescent light bulbs are becoming more difficult to find, especially in "box" stores. That's why we are the go-to-place for any light bulbs. We carry two main manufactures, SATCO and GE. While we can't carry every possible light bulb in stock, we can get most within the same day. Just come by, fill out our form below, or give us a call and we will help you identify and find the bulb(s) that you need.
LED Lamps (Light Bulbs)
LED is here, and it's here to stay, and that's a good thing! LED light bulbs use much less energy, thus saving you money on energy costs and in trashing them. LED light bulbs last much longer than incandescent bulbs, lasting as long as 25 years. Imagine replacing a light bulb only every 25 years. That is amazing! Besides saving in energy costs and not buying new bulbs all the time you are also not throwing bulb after bulb into the landfill. You save money and help the environment. This is a win-win!
Historic lamps (light bulbs) have become very popular over the past few years.
These are being designed with the bulbs to look a certain way, or to show off the filament such as Edison style, or just clear or no glass. Additionally, people and/or designers are looking at ways to illuminate in a certain way such as bulbs in crystal chandeliers like krypton bulbs that make the crystal sparkle more. We now have the historic lamps in LED so you can have your historical look in your fixture, while being energy-conscious as well.
Transform the illumination and thus the aesthetic of your home.
Just as important as the color of your walls, accents, cabinets, and furniture is the color/temperature of your lighting. There are so may color temperatures that bulbs are sold in these days, that choosing the right one can make-or-break your mood and design of a room. Too many times we see people, including designers, just buying lamps (bulbs) without any consideration of its color/temperature. Just as you wouldn't throw on just any paint color on your walls or an accent pillow that wouldn't match your design you shouldn't just put in any light bulb either.
For example, if you have a warmer tone house, such as red clays, orange walls, or red walls then we'd lean you toward a warmer Kelvin temperature. Warmer temperatures are about 2700-Kelvin. If you have more grays, blues, darker colors or whites, we will steer you into the 3,000 to 4,000-kelvin bulbs. Now if you have white walls, you want them to look white, not a weird tan or blue. You want them to be white. The color temperature is crucial to get your walls to look white, as you intended them.