In Monday’s blog, we visited with Brian in Wake Forest, North Carolina, where his stunning new Craftsman-style home sits on eight rolling acres of land complete with hay fields, deep woods, and bubbling creeks. For much of the home’s exterior, Brian chose classic, American-made gooseneck lighting. Today we take a peek inside to see how Brian and his wife chose to light up the interior of their home.
“We were going for a vintage farmhouse feel with basic Craftsman elements to mimic the simple style of a North Carolina farm house,” Brian explains. “One of the best compliments we have received was when our landscape designer came in and... Read More
When Claire and her husband Ken purchased a 1930s-era mud adobe home last summer in Patagonia, Arizona, they got a partially finished casita, or cottage, adjacent to the main home. The couple decided it would be the perfect getaway for people looking to enjoy the history, culture, shopping, and birding in this artsy and eclectic town.
“We just needed to do the finishing touches, such as paint, window treatments, furnishings and landscaping,” Claire says. “The former owner had installed very basic contractor-grade lighting and plumbing fixtures so we changed out all the faucets, four light fixtures, and two ceiling fans.” Claire wanted to create... Read More
Do you describe the industrial style as crisp, clean, and hard working? Or does it seem more cold, raw, and unfinished to you? No matter what your take, the industrial trend has taken the design world by storm and can be seen not only in big-city lofts but in beach-side cottages, midwestern farm homes, and in retail stores and restaurants across the country.
Industrial style has a humble feel showcasing the perfect fusion of form and function. But if you’re on the cold and unfinished side of the debate, we have good news for you. You can get the rugged, unassuming look of an industrial pendant with enough color and style to win you over in no time!
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The development and expansion of LED lighting continues to grow thanks to savvy consumers who want to enjoy the benefits of using LEDs without sacrificing style or customizing options. More and more homeowners and business owners alike are choosing LED pendants for kitchens and living spaces and for commercial venues such as restaurants and retail stores that need stylish yet long-lasting, energy-efficient lighting.
Making the leap to LED lights has never been easier — or smarter. Barn Light Electric continues to expand its offerings of LED Pendant Lighting including Porcelain Enamel Pendants, Rustic Pendants, and a variety of Barn Pendants all with... Read More
When I was a kid, my favorite cereal was Lucky Charms. I would eat all of the oat pieces out of my bowl then savor every sweet spoonful of pastel-colored marshmallows.
Remodeling projects are like my bowl of Lucky Charms. You have to get through the mundane, albeit necessary, details before you get to the good stuff.
Kristine lives in the historic district of Nampa, Idaho, and tackled a kitchen remodel in her 1920s-era bungalow. Finding the perfect vintage schoolhouse lights were the icing on the cake for her.
“The lights were the last thing I ordered when the kitchen was just about finished,” Kristine says. “I knew that would be my favorite part... Read More
Multiples are marvelous, aren’t they? Two for Tuesday, identical triplets, and who can resist a buy-one-get-one free sale?
And what’s better than one perfect pendant hanging over your table? A Multi-Light Chandelier from Barn Light Electric’s new collection that features multiple pendants clustered together from one ceiling mount. With several styles of vintage, industrial, and modern shades, these new multi-light chandeliers offer more light from a single canopy and become an instant focal point in any room.
For a rustic look, check out the Atomic Topless Multi-Light Chandelier which can be customized to suit most any commercial or... Read More