Retail Lighting

Featured Customer | Barn Lights Honor History of Legendary Horse Farm

Posted by on Apr 19, 2017 | 1 comment

Featured Customer | Barn Lights Honor History of Legendary Horse Farm
The rich history of Kennesaw Farms in Gallatin, Tennessee, dates back to the mid-1800s when, according to legend, A.C. Franklin won the farm on a Mississippi River gambling boat. Throughout the years, the site stood witness to the Civil War, changes in owners, and thrived as a prestigious thoroughbred horse farm. Today, the area is thriving still with beautiful home sites, a commercial district, and an office park. One of the newest buildings in the retail arena is The Shoppes at Kennesaw Farms. We spoke with Krissy Bodnovich, with Southeastern Commercial Properties, about the new space. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Copper Pendants Up the Ante for Established Brand

Posted by on Jan 18, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Copper Pendants Up the Ante for Established Brand
Brand identity is critical to any business success. Not just a logo, color, or design, but the sum of these that help convey your business’s personality, stability, and credibility to consumers. Knowing when to tinker with a successful branding scheme takes a keen eye. Evan Feldman, owner of Doughnuttery, a popular store located in Chelsea Market in New York City, recently expanded his business to a new location in the Columbus Avenue subway station. He tapped the creative team at VMG Creative to carefully tweak the branding to create a warmer, more upscale feel. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Modern Pendants Offer Industrial Vibe to Cafe

Posted by on Jan 13, 2017 | 1 comment

Professional's Corner | Modern Pendants Offer Industrial Vibe to Cafe
If you love furniture, there’s no better place than High Point, North Carolina, during Market Days. The excitement is electric as more than 75,000 people descend on the Piedmont region to browse and buy everything from sofas and settees to vanities and trestle tables. Showrooms are decked out with the finest furniture and fabrics, and many offer food and drinks hoping to entice shoppers to linger just a bit longer. ... 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

Professional's Corner | Rustic Industrial Lighting for Central American Beach Resort

Posted by on Jul 15, 2016 | 0 comments

Professional's Corner | Rustic Industrial Lighting for Central American Beach Resort
The words “rustic industrial” can be scary to some customers. They imagine big, bulky, factory lights that seem out of place in a home or retail setting. We’re here to show you that rustic industrial lighting can be absolutely gorgeous! Look no further than Rancho Santana, a five-star resort located on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. Rancho Santana recently added a surf shop to their 2,700-acre community which includes American-made lighting from Barn Light Electric. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Barn Pendants Bring Warm, Rustic Look to DC Wine Store

Posted by on May 16, 2016 | 0 comments

Professional's Corner | Barn Pendants Bring Warm, Rustic Look to DC Wine Store
For a business owner, an inviting space that draws customers in is the first step to success. Traffic flow, colors, and materials all play a part, but appropriate lighting for a commercial business is one of the most important components. After all, if consumers can’t see those beautiful retail displays, they won’t linger very long. When Kaya Biron, AIA, an architect with We Design Build in Washington, DC, began designing Wardman Wines, he wanted to turn a cold, dark shell into a warm, rustic, and inviting retail space. The wine store, located on the northeast side of the nation’s capital, features not only wine displays but a tasting bar,... Read More