Posted by on Jun 2, 2011 | 8 comments
Are you in pursuit of the perfect pendant? Are you on a tight budget? To get that industrial farmhouse look everyone is craving these days (and at an affordable price), consider browsing through our collection of Discount Barn Lights. No matter where you’re thinking of installing them, these ceiling lights have the ability to get everyone’s attention!
We know that every customer is different and that everyone has the own unique needs and budget. Today, we’ve put together a great example inspired by the “Guide to Natural Housekeeping.” Included in the guide and the photo above, you’ll find two cord hung pendants hanging within a small dining room. The pendants featured above are a style of vintage barn lights with a porcelain finish. If you’ve been unable to locate your own, or they’re out of your price range, we think we’ve got the perfect solution – the All Weather Warehouse Ceiling Light.
These ceiling pendants feature a large warehouse shade design that closely resemble the vintage lights shown above. Both in a grey finish and installed with a black cord, this all weather light is an affordable option at only $47.95 each. These pendants not only tie into the featured design today, but they can tie into anyone’s budget too!
The “Guide to Natural Housekeeping” isn’t just about using natural, organic methods of cleaning; it gives you useful and practical methods that can be applied to decorating as well. It prides itself on providing sustainable tips and ideas homeowners can use when designing their home. Just like the discount lights featured today, with a little shopping around, one can still achieve their desired look – without spending a lot of money.
An expert from the guide by Christina Strutt:
“The old-fashioned methods described here are complemented by newer ideas and innovations, and applied not only to cleaning but also to restoring furniture and woodwork, and decorating…..Follow the advice in Natural Housekeeping and find yourself living a calmer, greener life….You can live just as well, if not better—and probably less expensively—without hurting yourself or the planet.” – Guide to Natural Housekeeping
Photo Courtesy of Remodelista.com