Katie, of Irvine, California, celebrated the beginning of the new year by kickstarting her home redecorating plan. Katie moved into her 1970s-era home last fall and wants to update and renovate over the next couple of years. She started in the dining area where she took down the standard five-light chandelier and replaced it with the 17″ Ivanhoe® Bomber Porcelain Pendant Light in a lovely Jadite finish.
“I chose the Bomber, and especially the Jadite color, because it had that streamlined, vintage-yet-fresh feel I like,” Katie says. “The color accents the greys and yellows I have in the room and matches my small collection of jadite items... Read More
If you’re considering porcelain enamel lighting for either your home or commercial business, you probably know that porcelain is one of the hardest, most durable finishes available on the market today. What you may not know is that every one of the porcelain lights we create here at Barn Light Electric is a unique shade thanks to the individual craftsmanship that goes into each and every one. All of our porcelain lights start out as a flat disc of commercial grade steel that is placed on an industrial lathe in a process that dates back to the early 1900s…
Our skilled craftsmen utilize a hand-wheel to apply constant and intense pressure to the disk as it... Read More
Happy birthday America! Today we’re celebrating our hand crafted, made in America porcelain line of products with our annual 4th of July Sale! It’s your chance to save 20% on all of our beautiful porcelain fixtures. In conjunctin with our Porcelain Blowout Sale, we’re introducing new fixtures, new shade styles, new sizes on some old favorites, and new finish colors that will have you oohing and aahing.
One of our newest porcelain offerings was just launched this week. The Studio Light takes some of our most popular RLM-inspired warehouse shades — the Bomber, the Union, the Sky Chief, and the deep bowl Wilcox — and gives them a unique... Read More
If you’re a fan of the DIY network, then you’ve probably seen Josh Temple in action. As the host of the reality show House Crashers, Temple wanders around home improvement stores asking people what kind of projects they’re working on then tries to convince them to let him help. Reactions range from the polite “I’m all set, but thanks” to the very direct, “I’m gonna call the cops if you follow me home.”
Last year in Cleveland, Ohio, Rachel Dissell and her husband Tim Harrison were in the midst of remodeling their 100-year-old home that is connected to a former butcher shop.The couple wanted to turn the storefront... Read More
All white rustic décor is being seen around the design world right now, and rightfully so! These bleached out rooms give an ethereal, calming feeling to anybody who enters. This eat-in kitchen featured in Elle Décor is essentially the perfect example. Between the wide plank floors, whitewashed wainscoting and the mismatched chairs, this room is practically screaming industrial farmhouse at us, and we love it!You can’t help to wonder what memories must have been made here, as it’s plain to see that it’s a well lived in kitchen! The pub-height dining table serves a dual purpose as an island and prep space, but also as an area to gather at the end of a long... Read More