Commercial Gooseneck Lights

Chain-Hung Gooseneck Lighting | Industrial Twist to Classic Light

Posted by on Mar 3, 2017 | 0 comments

Chain-Hung Gooseneck Lighting | Industrial Twist to Classic Light
Customers often have a checklist as they search for the perfect gooseneck light. It might be a particular finish color they want. Or perhaps the style of gooseneck arm is important based on the installation site. Even something small, such as a dusk-to-dawn photocell that’s integrated into the fixture can be the tipping point to purchase one light over another. While we have many styles of gooseneck lights in our collection, we think the creative minds on our R&D team have come up with the perfect gooseneck light. Absolutely. Perfect. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Industrial Lighting Creates Retro Atmosphere for Brewery

Posted by on Oct 19, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Industrial Lighting Creates Retro Atmosphere for Brewery
Like many craft brewers, Sherry Stead got her start with a home brew kit. For almost 20 years, Sherry tinkered with her home brew recipes much to the delight of her family and friends in Homer, Alaska. Last May, Sherry and her family realized their dream of opening a local brewery which includes an industrial styled tasting room. “The Grace Ridge Brewing tasting room is located in a new building,” Sherry says. “I wanted to create an industrial look that used metal and wood with a retro feel.” Because the tasting room has a very tall ceiling, Sherry searched for industrial pendant lights to accent the space. ... Read More

Guest Blogger | Five Lessons We Learned From Design TV

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 | 0 comments

Guest Blogger | Five Lessons We Learned From Design TV
Over the years, Barn Light Electric has had the pleasure of working with the designers behind some of TV’s best home improvement shows. These experts have seen it all – from the most outdated kitchens in the country to the smallest homes on the globe. The challenges they regularly face have made them true design ninjas, constantly thinking outside the box to serve up creative yet functional designs for their hungry audiences. Below, some of our favorite lessons learned while watching these pros in action. ... Read More

Angle Shade Sign Lights That Redefine Commercial Lighting

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 | 0 comments

Angle Shade Sign Lights That Redefine Commercial Lighting
Last week we looked back at some of our favorite customer projects from 2015, and on New Year’s Day, the post covered some favorite commercial customers— those restaurants, breweries, retail stores, and even a climbing gym that used our American-made lighting to spruce up their spaces. Today, we look ahead to see what changes may be in store for commercial lighting in the new year as businesses try to entice customers off their computers and into their brick-and-mortar buildings. ... Read More

A Look Back | Commercial Lighting Goes Bold in 2015

Posted by on Jan 1, 2016 | 0 comments

A Look Back | Commercial Lighting Goes Bold in 2015
We’re winding up a week of reflection here on the blog as we’ve been looking back at some of our favorite customer projects and our most popular pins. Today, we’re perusing some of our favorite commercial projects. I know. I hear ya. What’s so special about commercial lighting anyway? It’s all fluorescent, nondescript, and boring, right? With apologies to Lee Corso, not so fast my friend. Here we share some pretty special commercial spaces that use American-made lighting to add a focal point and bring both style and safety into the design plan. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Barn Lighting a Big Easy Choice for Swerve New Orleans HQ

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Barn Lighting a Big Easy Choice for Swerve New Orleans HQ
No one has ever labeled New Orleans as bland. With its gritty edge and profusion of exuberance and culture, the city has made great strides since Mother Nature dealt her Katrina blow 10 years ago. Neighborhoods and business districts are rising up, though many struggle with the challenge of building smarter while still retaining the historic charm and essence that define this unique city. When Andress Blackwell, President and CEO of Swerve, moved her company into a former manufacturing facility in the Mid-City neighborhood near the heart of the city, her goal was to retain the character of the space first built in the 1950s. The building was home for a time to the... Read More