Company slogans say a lot about a brand. Everyone knows that Wheaties is the Breakfast of Champions. That Visa is Everywhere You Want to Be. And who could forget the challenge, Betcha Can’t Eat Just One, from the Lays corporation.
Here at Barn Light Electric we take our slogan — Where Vintage and Modern Collide — to heart. While our business was born from our love of vintage fixtures, we have grown to become one of America’s leading manufacturers of easy-to-customize industrial and barn-style lighting. We have created a wide range of options so that both residential and commercial customers can easily create a light fixture that perfectly complements their home or business.Read More
In last Friday’s post, we introduced you to John Colaneri, who just wrapped up his second season of Cousins Undercover on HGTV along with his cousin Anthony Carrino. John and his wife recently purchased a piece of land in northern New Jersey where John has put his years of construction expertise to work on his first ground-up building project. The couple are putting down roots in their new home that mixes old elements with new to create a contemporary design with a sense of history and timeless style.Read More
“It was stunning and so much more than I ever expected,” Abbey says. “I was blown away.” Abbey, who writes the blog The Cards We Drew, was working on a remodel of her son’s bathroom and bedroom. The rooms were outdated and need a little flair, so Abbey decided to tackle both rooms at once and give them some character.Read More
Industrial wall lighting was once all about function. Warehouses and factories needed rugged lights that made the working environment safer and could stand up to the harsh conditions where they were installed. The original guard-and-glass type fixtures and vapor proof lights were designed to protect the bulb from the hazardous work environments of the day.
These classic industrial designs are wildly popular today not only because of their rugged nature, but because these handsome wall lights can be customized to suit almost any style of home or commercial brand. You don’t have to settle for basic black or galvanized anymore!Read More
When designing a bathroom, it’s easy to get wrapped up in tile, color, and hardware choices. But it’s wise to first consider the needs of those who will be using the space most often. Just like the kitchen, functionality and flow can make or break a bathroom design. When creating a floor plan for your bathroom or powder room, consider the following:
Recessed Sinks or Pedestal Sinks?
Sinks installed below the counters are best for those who need plenty of vanity space – whether it’s for holding soaps, towels, or just additional prep room.