When he purchased a piece of property last year with a nice home but no garage, today’s Featured Customer realized he was finally going to have his dream space. We talk with Mark in Arkansas about the creation of his combined garage and man cave that was designed with some serious inspiration from his favorite NFL team — the Seattle Seahawks. The perfect lighting? Our Mig Retro Steel Industrial Pendants — in blue and green of course!Read More
We were thrilled when Pantone announced that Emerald green was the 2013 Color of the Year. This hue is not only a seasonal favorite, but will stay fresh in the coming year. For this Style Me Sunday, our muse was one of our lovely Green with Envy pins. It’s time to add some vigor and life to your kitchen with pops of Emerald!
Emerald green subway tile have been en vogue for quite some time. Adding color to your back-splash creates dynamic visuals and clean surfaces. American-made kitchen furniture like The Urbanization Factory Utility Cart and the Industrial Factory Backless Stool is a great way to add to the industrialized flair in your kitchen. With their compact sizes, these pieces can travel with you as you move about your kitchen.
Pendant lighting with green finishes like porcelain Vintage Green and Patina help incorporate more of the hue into your Emerald kitchen. Pairing RLM style pendants like the Ivanhoe™ Sky Chief Warehouse Porcelain Pendants ensure that your workspace will have ample lighting! For a more diffused, softer look, try Barn Light Electric’s new Schoolhouse Patina Copper Stem Lights.
We were inspired by the kitchen’s retro accessories like the enamelware cups and pitcher. For a similar look, try some Enamelware Cups. For a hip, earthy look we included some French-style, striped Linen Hand Towels and a Canvas Basket with Handles.
While emerald green may assume the spotlight for the next year, the color has been a staple in lighting finishes for years. Here are some of our favorite shades—some modern, some vintage!Read More
If you have time to read this blog on Thanksgiving Day, you must have the bird in the oven, the cranberry sauce chillin’ in the fridge, and the pies cooling on the porch. It’s been an amazing year for us here at Barn Light Electric, and we wanted to take time today to share with you some of the things for which we are truly grateful.
From our Headquarters building, we are thankful for…
…my Savior, my family and my business — Bryan Scott, owner, Barn Light Electric
When a dilapidated old barn in Marin County, California, came onto the market five years ago, few people took notice. Built in 1886 as a stagecoach stop and in more recent years serving as a pottery studio, the old structure needed lots of TLC, but the site is blessed with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. When LA native Mindy Marin saw the place, she knew she was home. She snapped it up and started the rehab process knowing that barn lighting would have a special place here.Read More
With this weekend begins the entertaining for the next few holiday months. Halloween parties galore are being hosted right now, with an unpredictable amount of ghoulish treats being served and consumed. How are you choosing to display your tricks and treats? Surely, you’ve arranged a setup worthy of Pinterest glory, complete with glitter glue spider webs and chalkboard paint designations. Some things are a little trickier to set up than the usual pretzels in a bowl. What you’ll need:Read More