Craftsman Style

Featured Customer | Teal Barn Lights Bridge Gap Between New Garage, Older Home

Posted by on Jun 18, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Teal Barn Lights Bridge Gap Between New Garage, Older Home
Ordering online is arguably one of the best benefits of the Internet. It’s also a bit daunting when it comes to purchasing items you’ve never seen or held in your hands. When Kate clicked the “order” button to purchase lighting from Barn Light Electric for her new garage and home office, she admits to being nervous about her choice of finish color. “I was scared I’d made a mistake,” she says. “I didn’t tell my designer and contractor what I’d chosen for a couple of weeks. I was afraid they would think I’d lost my mind.” ... Read More

Featured Customer | Gooseneck Lights Blend Farmhouse, Craftsman Styles

Posted by on Jun 4, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Gooseneck Lights Blend Farmhouse, Craftsman Styles
When Morgan and her husband started planning for their new home in Oklahoma City, they wanted to stay true to the traditional style of the area. “Homes here are known for their brick-and-stone exteriors with lush, green lawns,” she says. “We wanted to stay true to the traditional and craftsman styles of the neighborhoods we grew up in. But we also wanted to incorporate farmhouse elements that remind us of our grandparents’ farms which bring back very fond memories for us too.” ... Read More

Featured Customer | Barn Lights for a High Desert Craftsman Home

Posted by on May 25, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Barn Lights for a High Desert Craftsman Home
A self-proclaimed “lighting junkie” from Colorado, Joseph is wrapping up the finishing touches on his new 1,250-square-foot, craftsman-style home. When searching exterior lighting, the size and shape of the shade was important but so was finding a fixture that could last in the high desert environment. He spotted Barn Light Electric on This Old House and liked what he saw on the company website. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Customized Gooseneck Barn Lights for New Barn Home

Posted by on Aug 16, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Customized Gooseneck Barn Lights for New Barn Home
Building a new home is a juggling act with a sequence of events that can play out in a number of ways. Some people buy a lot and build, then sell their current home. Others sell the current home and rent until the new place is move-in ready. Out in Sagle, Idaho, Nancy and Gary purchased a five-acre lot in a new development for their dream home. They decided to build a 1600-square-foot barn that will serve as both a shop/garage and as a guest house. For now, the barn is home until the couple build the main house next spring. ... Read More

Time to Spruce Up Outdoor Spaces for Summer Entertaining

Posted by on May 17, 2017 | 0 comments

Time to Spruce Up Outdoor Spaces for Summer Entertaining
With Memorial Day weekend just around the corner, it’s time to extend a hearty welcome to the outdoor entertaining season! Clean up the grill, dust off the cornhole boards, and get your outdoor spaces ready for the fun and relaxation that summertime brings. Today we’re offering some inspiration thanks to customers who shared photos of their outdoor renovation projects with us — from spruced up cooking stations to a dreamy treehouse complete with bunks, custom windows, and a zipline! ... Read More

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