The Best of Industrial Farmhouse Interior Design on Pinterest

From pristine to panache, vintage industrial accents make period design accessible to all. We’ve seen a fair share of unique takes on industrial lighting (remember the dolly light?) but in order to make your rustic redesigns truly inspired it’s important to keep some design guidelines in mind. Here to help explain these guidelines are some of BarnLightElectric’s frequently pinned industrial farmhouse design images.

Vintage Housewares Bake Holiday Memories With Retro Style

While summer is all about grilling, fall is all about baking. The onset of the extended holiday season means the kitchen gets a workout with flour-coated counters, mounds of chocolate chips, and spicy scents wafting through the whole house. For many, baking a batch of pumpkin bread or snickerdoodles brings back cherished memories of spending time in the kitchen with mom or grandma. For me, sitting on the kitchen stool while I stirred a batch of cookie dough in Mom’s giant Pyrex bowl was pure heaven. (more…)

Rustic Industrial Style Develops When You Master the Mix of Old, New

“Master the mix” could become the interior design mantra for 2014. The art of being able to mix old and new elements for an updated, yet classic design is the goal for many homeowners looking for the latest amenities in their spaces yet longing for vintage character too. In this industrial farmhouse kitchen, the exposed beams and vintage chairs around the farm table speak to years gone by while modern shelving and sleek stainless appliances add a modern touch. The RLM-style warehouse shades also breathe a whisper from the past with their generous span of light focusing on the center work station.

Dress Up Sheds, Outbuildings with Classic Gooseneck Lighting

Sometimes a garage just isn’t big enough for all the stuff of life. From gardening tools to bikes to various holiday decorations, the items that can’t stay stashed in the living room need to find a home somewhere. In an effort to actually park the car in the garage, some homeowners opt to build a shed. These outbuildings run the gamut from simple to stunning, but classic gooseneck lighting is a must have!

Vintage Ceiling Fans Stir the Air, Evoke Sense of Drama

Nothing feels better on a warm day than a gentle breeze stirred up by a ceiling fan. From the front porch to the master bedroom, a ceiling fan can mean the difference between feeling uncomfortably warm to feeling pleasantly comfortable. Even the gentle hum of a fan motor helps many restless sleepers drift away to a good night’s snooze.