Sorry if this is a noob question. I'm trying to build a very bright light by combining multiple light bulbs together with socket splitters. My thinking is simply to take three 7 in 1 light socket splitters and combine them to give 5 + 7 + 7 = 19 total sockets. If I put a 1000 lumen led light bulb in each of these sockets, will I in practice have a 19000 lumen light or is there some reason in practice why I might end up with much less than that? (i.e. is my calculation naive).
Edit: here's what I mean by a light socket splitter:
Idea is that I would connect another splitter in two of those slots instead of a bulb (assuming this works?). I may replace the ceiling bulb or possibly use a lamp stand in order to move it closer and increase the actual lux that's hitting my face.
The bulbs would be probably be 17W LEDs (maybe higher if I can find them). I'm in the UK, where the voltage limit is 230V.