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Featured Customer | Easy-to-Customize Schoolhouse Wall Sconces

Posted by on May 2, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Easy-to-Customize Schoolhouse Wall Sconces
We see dozens of photos each week from customers who share their spaces with us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest. Lately we’ve spotted, dare we say, a trend in bathroom lighting. Schoolhouse lights — classic fixtures first made popular in the 1930s when bare bulbs were tucked behind opaque glass globes — seem to be popping up in bathrooms more and more. Like in this lovely space where Heather used the Clear Schoolhouse Brass Gooseneck Light to brighten her morning and evening routines. ... Read More

Featured Customer | White Farmhouse, Classic Barn Lights a Dream Come True

Posted by on Apr 30, 2018 | 2 comments

Featured Customer | White Farmhouse, Classic Barn Lights a Dream Come True
When Sara Parsons and her husband Sean built their farmhouse almost 13 years ago in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, it was a dream come true. Except for one small detail. “I always wanted the farmhouse to be white,” Sara says, “but everyone convinced me not to do it.” Fast forward to today and Sara’s dream is finally fulfilled as the couple recently repainted the exterior of the home a brilliant white. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Pollock-Inspired Porcelain Lights for Kitchen Reno

Posted by on Apr 27, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Pollock-Inspired Porcelain Lights for Kitchen Reno
As Crystal pulled together the details in her recent kitchen renovation, she searched for a way to introduce a splash of color to the neutral space. “Our kitchen is modern contemporary, but we wanted to add a touch of rustic industrial into the mix,” she says. Crystal, an interior designer, chose Jackson Pollock-inspired pendants that combine rustic barn style with a unique finish. These Pollock #8 Pendants features Pollock’s signature “drip paint” technique. Our artisans skillfully apply porcelain enamel glass in shades of Red, Delphite, and White to create a pattern that varies slightly from fixture to fixture thanks to the hands-on... Read More

Color Trends | Embracing the Many Hues of Blue

Posted by on Apr 25, 2018 | 0 comments

Color Trends | Embracing the Many Hues of Blue
We’re in a blue mood today, but it’s all good since we’re exploring some wonderful variations of this hue! Blue is a calming color that evokes the sky and the sea and is often chosen for bedrooms, living rooms, and other spaces where we relax. Our palette of blues, available in both powder coat and porcelain enamel, ranges from rich Navy to delicate Delphite. These colors help create lighting that stands out as a focal point in a space or stars in a supporting role to complement other decor. ... Read More

Q & A | Kitchen Reno Blends Vintage, Modern Details

Posted by on Apr 23, 2018 | 0 comments

Q & A | Kitchen Reno Blends Vintage, Modern Details
If you’re a dedicated follower of the Barn Light Electric blog (we have great photos and plenty of inspiration!), you probably remember this post featuring a stunning bathroom renovation. Amy, who writes the blog My Life From Home, was the master behind that eye-popping wall paper and gorgeous copper gooseneck lighting. Amy recently moved and has begun another round of renovations at her new place. We chat with her today about her latest project — her kitchen. ... Read More

Pro's Corner | Schoolhouse Lighting Blends Old, New in Bath Reno

Posted by on Apr 20, 2018 | 0 comments

Pro's Corner | Schoolhouse Lighting Blends Old, New in Bath Reno
What’s it like to work with your best friend every day? Darci Haney and her husband Matt are the design/build team behind MD Haney & Co. which has been tackling design and renovation projects in the Pacific Northwest for almost 15 years. “It’s a pretty good gig,” Darci says of working side-by-side with Matt. “We do mostly residential projects. He builds and I get to help make them pretty.” Their most recent project was right under their own roof. The couple own a sprawling, 1940s-era ranch home just outside McMinnville, Oregon. ... Read More