When you think of warehouse lighting, what comes to mind? A hanging black or galvanized pendant? Completely functional but lacking in personality or a certain je ne sais quoi?
The professionals at Jennifer Hoey Interior Design know how to turn a completely utilitarian warehouse light into something more. So much more! They recently expanded their office space in Ketchum, Idaho, to include a new conference room and studio space with shelf space for samples and large tables to for working on finishes and fabrics.
“We wanted the space to be functional and maximize the storage space as well as be an aesthetically pleasing, modern studio space,” says Abbey... Read More
Don’t you just love finding the perfect deep bowl pendant on Houzz or Pinterest? You pin it to your lighting board and start dreaming of finish options, colorful cording, and other ways to customize this beauty. At some point, reality sets it and you realize that, while the light looks stunning in those professional photos, that huge bowl would overpower your own space. In Keri’s 1,500-square-foot apartment in Brooklyn, New York, space is at a premium but she didn’t want to sacrifice any style when it came time to remodel. By redesigning the floor plan, Keri opened up her living room to the kitchen where she chose the deep bowl styling of the compact... Read More
You never know what you’ll find at the flea market! Our friends at the Red Brick Barn, a rustic, two-story retreat in central Victoria, Australia, found some vintage warehouse shades at a local flea market and repurposed them for use in their communal dining room. The shades sported the classic green enamel finish when found at the flea market but were spray painted an off-white color leaving a hint of green showing at the rim as an accent.
If you’re not into traipsing around flea markets and antique sales looking for lights, you can get the same industrial look in a brand new shade. These antique shades are much like our Old Dixie Cord Hung Pendant, a... Read More
Saluda, North Carolina, may be home to only 600 year-round residents, but thanks to summer tourists and seasonal residents, the city’s Main Street is alive with shoppers in June, July, and August, and the nearby Green River teems with kayakers and other water adventurers. Local businesses cater to these crowds and the Green River BBQ does a booming business. Today’s Featured Customer, Melanie, started Green River BBQ in 1984 and has been serving up authentic southern barbeque ribs, chicken, turkey, and beef to hungry customers ever since. Melanie has been slowly adding to her restaurant and recently upgraded her lighting to include some classic RLM-inspired... Read More
If you’ve done your research and decided it’s time to invest in LED lighting for your home or business, you probably already know that LED light fixtures can be, well, boring. Unimaginative. Dare we say, ugly? We are happy to tell you that, at long last, you can give the Google search a rest as Barn Light Electric has combined the best in vintage styling with the latest in LED technology for the ultimate light fixture! You can indeed have it all — quality, American made lights plus the high efficiency, environmentally friendly aspects of LED bulbs.
If you’re new to LED technology, you may ask why are LEDs so desirable? To start off with,... Read More