Arts & Crafts

Featured Customer | American-Made Barn Lights Bring Timeless Look to Coastal Home

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | American-Made Barn Lights Bring Timeless Look to Coastal Home
When Steve packed up and moved from New Jersey to South Carolina two years ago, he felt compelled to find the perfect spot for a new home. That spot turned out to be Sullivan’s Island, a narrow spit of land just outside of Charleston, where Steve has created his dream home full of southern charm, period details, and authentic barn lighting. “We live on the edge of an historic district with many period homes,” Steve says. “We wanted to build a residence that looked like it was constructed in the 1930s and complemented the classic architecture that defines the surrounding neighborhood.” ... Read More

A Look Back | Our Most Popular Pins from 2015

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 | 2 comments

A Look Back | Our Most Popular Pins from 2015
So what do you call this week between Christmas and New Year’s? If you Google that, you’ll come up with all sorts of suggestions including my newest fave — Restivus. Ah, if only… The last week of the year is typically a time of reflection — what were the hot news stories, who died, and what trends captured our attention during the last 12 months? Here at Barn Light Electric, our Pinterest boards are a great indicator of what lighting styles people found captivating so, without further ado, here are some of our most-liked and repinned photos from 2015. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Porcelain Enamel Lighting Suits Arts & Crafts Wood Shop

Posted by on Nov 13, 2015 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Porcelain Enamel Lighting Suits Arts & Crafts Wood Shop
Early last spring, we visited a beautiful arts-and-crafts style woodshop located in the mountains of western North Carolina. The exterior of the shop, home to ShopDog USA, features rugged industrial wall sconces that provide not only much needed light in the rural setting, but also bring an eye-catching, rustic touch to the facade. Today, we take a peek inside the shop where the owner chose porcelain enamel lighting for the space. The 400-square-foot shop features windows on all four sides to provide loads of light and fresh air plus a wood stove in the corner to keep things toasty in the winter. ... Read More