Traditional Home magazine is a division of the Better Homes & Gardens Network. Their website, traditionalhome.com, is a great tool for anyone interested in classic design. Stories and photographs about decorating, gardens, antiques, and food and entertaining are prominently featured in each issue. The goal of the magazine is is to “provide ideas and inspiration that people can translate to their own homes.”
Two products from Barn Light Electric Co.® were featured in Traditional Home‘s section called “Lanterns We Love.” The Radial Wave Gooseneck Light with a 16″ shade and the Post Mount Warehouse Light with a 18″ warehouse shade.
One of our most popular warehouse shades, the Radial Wave, comes with a large, fluted shade that is based on the gas station lighting styles of the 1930′s. Choose from more than 40 different finishes to customize the shade’s look. Radial Wave shades are available in sizes of 8″ to 24″. A cast guard can be added to protect the light bulb and to give an additional unique look to each gooseneck light. For a rust-resistant radial wave shade, choose the galvanized metal finish. Our Barn Light Blog post titled: A Return To Tranquil Spaces, reveals an ideal outdoor setting that was home to a 16â€³ Weathered Copper Radial Wave Shade. It was installed on the exterior wall of a traditional red barn to provide a classic nostalgic look and feel.
Post Mount Lights are an ideal way to add light to your driveway, dock, or patio. Examples of the Post Mount Warehouse Light can be seen on our blog post titled: The Gecko House in Key Colony Beach, Florida. This blog entry reveals post mount lights lining the perimeter of the water and private dock of the beach side home. The post mount lights at the Gecko House incorporated a white Warehouse Shade with a cast guard and clear glass option. Matching posts can be added to your order and customized in several coordinating design choices.
*Barn Light Electric Co.® advertisements appeared in the May 2009, September 2009, March 2010, June 2010 and September 2010 issues of Traditional Home Magazine.
For more information about Traditional Home, visit the official website at: http://www.traditionalhome.com/