Here at Barn Light Electric, our hearts are full. As we approach Thanksgiving, we have much to be grateful for including our new manufacturing facility that opened in October and our incredible Barn Light Electric family. These hard-working and creative souls are the spirit behind our American made lighting and each one plays a role in crafting the highest quality lights and home decor items just for you.Read More
It’s the biggest birthday party of the year and everyone is invited! The 4th of July is one birthday that’s celebrated from coast to coast with picnics, parades, concerts, and fireworks exploding from Boston to the Big Island. It’s a day to celebrate our country’s struggle for independence, its colorful patchwork of peoples, and the resurgence of quality, American made products to the worldwide marketplace.Read More
Back in March when we were simply dreaming of summer picnics, we featured the Manhattan studio of The Jewels of New York. Diana Yen, the creative force behind this catering and food consultation service, installed two Ivanhoe® Avalon Warehouse Porcelain Pendants to brighten up her busy work space. And as it often happens with customers browsing our website, something else caught Diana’s eye.
“I thought the Porcelain Enamel Dinnerware collection was delightful and would make a fun spring picnic,” Diana says. So in spite of the recent spate of rainy weather on the East Coast, Diana and her staff created a lovely picnic lunch in Central Park featuring Spring Quiche and Pickled Radishes all served up on our beautiful porcelain graniteware plates and bowls.Read More
Charles Baxter wittily noted, “Forget art. Put your trust in ice cream.” We couldn’t agree more! There’s little more refreshing and comforting than a chilly bowl of ice cream on a warm spring afternoon. With the summer heat wave on the cusp (well, at least for us Floridians!) the very thought of ice cream makes our mouths water. So, why not decorate with fresh home decor that remind us of one of our favorite desserts?Read More
The two stars of A&E’s Flipping Boston series keep viewers entertained each week in their efforts to flip homes for a profit in the tough New England market. One viewer commented that Peter Souhleris and Dave Seymour “bicker like an old married couple” yet their combined talents always seem to pull the team together in the end to make a profit. In last Saturday night’s episode, a pizza shop owned by Pete, aptly called Pete’s-A-Place was nearly destroyed in a fire and the Flipping Boston team turned their design know-how on the renovation. The project, which took place over a short, seven-day time span, featured some new porcelain pendant lighting from Barn Light Electric.Read More