We were in for a treat when Lauren, our photographer, stumbled across one of our new favorite vacation locations—the Mermaid Cottages. Their charming interiors full of vibrant walls, rustic accents, and shabby chic décor captivated us–of course we had to be their friends! We were inspired by their many rental cottages located on Tybee Island, so today’s Style Me Sunday is all about the “cottage charm, coastal calm” of their Inlet Breeze master bedroom.Read More
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What’s Black, Green, and Red all over? It’s the new addition to our line of Imported Discount Lighting!
What is even more exciting? These new colors are a Barn Light Electric exclusive! Now, you can not only get the BL14CW All Weather Barn & Warehouse shade in Grey, but in three additional, and very popular colors: Black, Green, or Red!
These very popular barn-style lights offer some of our customers a lower cost alternative to our American-made lights. We inspect each of our lights to make sure they uphold to our traditional, high quality standards. Next to each online, you will find our everyday low price – complete with a standard one year warranty on each!
The BL14CW All Weather Barn & Warehouse Ceiling or Wall light can, you guessed it, be hung by either the ceiling canopy or the wall mount option. Total extension of either option, is 19″. Whether you live in the Arizona desert, the rainy North Pacific, or the frozen tundra of Northern Minnesota, each light is constructed of a corrosion resistant metal that can withstand wet, dry, or the harshest of climates.
The BL14CW All Weather Ceiling and Wall Light is ideal for use in commercial areas, workshops, sheds, barns, garages, and so much more! When buying one for yourself, don’t forget to buy one for the wife too! This light isn’t limited to only outdoor applications – but the popular design trends of today (HGTV or Better Homes & Gardens) call for this style of lighting in interior settings as well! She will be thrilled to have a new pendant light over the kitchen table or even in the entry way.
The latest trend facing the building community is creating an eco friendly living space out of as many reclaimed materials as possible to reduce waste, and build a unique residence out of these naturally worn items. Contrary to popular belief, going green is not limited to energy efficiency, but also applies to the use of sustainable building materials that may have been recycled from older barns, commercial structures or demolition projects. This not only benefits the environment, but also provides a non-uniform appearance to the exterior or interior of any project. Utilizing this approach, this customer submission benefits from the use of reclaimed wood planks from a 100 year old barn that was recycled to make the walls of this impeccable Washington cabin. With such a spectacular view of the Deschutes National Forrest, creating a unique cabin that equally reflected this breathtaking terrain was a sizable task, but the mixture of rich browns that compose the exterior of this cabin allows it to naturally blend in with the scenic canopy of pine trees in which it is set. The main goal of this project was to utilize as many reclaimed pieces as possible, but the need for more than adequate doorway lighting was needed. This concern prompted the use of an inconspicuous Barn Light Electric favorite, the Artesia Warehouse Shade, a light who’s minimized traditional warehouse shade and large performance creates a warm inviting entrance to this seasonal retreat. Coupled with the sustainable galvanized steel material and soft white glow from the energy efficient compact fluorescent bulb, this timeless shade fits with the rustic integrity of this reclaimed cabin.Read More