The old saying that the kitchen is the heart of the home was surely coined in Jana’s house. Our Featured Customer built her home on a cattle ranch and hay farm in Eastern Oregon 22 years ago. At the time, she had three children and her kitchen seemed huge.
“Then our family grew to seven children, four of which are married now, and we will soon have eight grandchildren,” Jana says. “We outgrew the kitchen years ago, but it took us awhile to decide to remodel.” The family spends many hours every day in the kitchen. Winters are long in Oregon and there is a cozy fireplace at one end of the room. And summers are busy with haying seven days a week.Read More
So why should late-night comedians have all the fun? Today is the kickoff to our annual Spring Fling Sale and if you’re contemplating some new barn lighting, we’ve compiled our Top Ten reasons why you should click on over to our website. Starting today, you can save 10 percent on all Porcelain Enamel Lighting, all LED Lighting, and Porcelain Enamel Dinnerware — and get free shipping too! Drum roll please…Read More
Remember our last Style Me Sunday spotlighting utilitarian spaces? This week we’re looking at the room most of us dread: The Laundry Room.
Let’s take a moment to switch our sentiments from the tediousness of folding laundry and sorting out whites to reflect on the good elements of doing laundry. Everyone loves the feeling of swaddling warm towels fresh from the dryer, and the scent of mountain fresh laundry detergent is quite refreshing.Read More
Who says nurseries have to be all pastel pink, blue, or mint green? Certainly not Alykhan Velji, a Calgary designer who created this stunning nursery for a client using a sophisticated palette of grey, white, and yellow. And tying the room full of textures, patterns, and fabrics together is what Alykhan calls a “gorgeous and unique light fixture that really plays a big role.” That fixture is none other than a 12″ Benjamin™ Dino Porcelain Stem Mount Light, part of Barn Light Electric’s collection of Porcelain Enamel Lighting.Read More
It’s a short but scenic, 4.5-mile ride over the Bay Bridge to cross from Annapolis to Kent Island, Maryland, but it is truly a world away. Maryland’s Eastern Shore is dotted with farmlands, forests, and quaint small towns like Oxford which is home to the Preservation Green Horticultural Center. This center is a working studio built last year under the guidance of Philip Logan, architect of record for Preservation Green LLC, and features classic porcelain enamel lighting.Read More