Over the years, we’ve made good friends in the business — from interior designers and architects to home builders and house flippers — all who bring their own special knowledge, experience, and personal style to their profession.
Today, we’re starting a new series authored by some of these friends who are willing to settle into the blogger’s chair for the day and post about what’s on their mind! First up is Melissa Andersen, a writer, editor, blogger, and social media manager/consultant for clients such as And North, Kaufmann Mercantile, and The Cousins from HGTV. Melissa hails from Jersey City, New Jersey, and is here to talk... Read More
If you’re in the market for some new lighting for your home or business, chances are you’re looking for something that speaks to your style or brand. Here at Barn Light Electric, we love giving customers loads of options such as shade size, finish color, cording options, gooseneck arms, and other add-ons like cast guard and glass or wire cages to create lights that are as unique as your space!
In addition to getting creative with customizing, we encourage customers to think beyond the norm when it comes to the type of fixture they choose. For example, many people choose a wall sconce to flank a front door. Or pick out a nice lamp for the... Read More
Day One of LightFair International 2014 is in the books and the word that keeps coming up is WOW!
Of course, we love lighting and are immersed in it each and every day. But it’s an incredible experience to be surrounded by thousands of other people who love lighting as much as we do! Not only love the classic styles but also the new trends and discovering new ways to customize fixtures and make them even more durable, beautiful, and energy efficient.
“Today was amazing!” says Katie Schilling, marketing manager of Barn Light Electric. “We had the opportunity to meet so many great people in the lighting industry, and the amount of exposure we... Read More
No doubt many people passed by the shuttered home on Long Island Sound and thought, “Nice location, but that house…” But when Charlotte passed by looking for a summer home in the area, she fell in love with the character of the place knowing full well it needed major work. She purchased the home and brought in friend and interior designer Hannah Childs to help update and transform the structure.
“Charlotte has a very California aesthetic and wanted clean, tight and uncluttered spaces that were also comfortable and airy,” Hannah says. “Though she wanted it to feel new, she wanted to keep the historic integrity of the house... Read More