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All You Need to Know | The Original Gooseneck Light

Posted by on Jul 11, 2018 | 0 comments

All You Need to Know | The Original Gooseneck Light
If we had to pick the most popular light on the Barn Light Electric website, the Original™ Warehouse Gooseneck Light would win hands down. Customers who purchase this gooseneck light describe it as iconic, classic, and timeless. In this month’s installment of our All You Need to Know series, we’re taking a look at this versatile and quintessential fixture and the countless ways customers incorporate it into their homes and businesses. ... Read More

Featured Customer | LED Barn Pendants Play Nice with Vans' Old Skool Style

Posted by on Jun 11, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | LED Barn Pendants Play Nice with Vans' Old Skool Style
Nobody does “old skool” quite like Vans. Since 1966, when brothers Paul and Jim Van Doren started manufacturing shoes and selling them directly to their California customers, the Vans name has been synonymous with creativity and self-expression. When the Vans campus in Costa Mesa, Calfornia, recently underwent an extensive renovation, the design aesthetic played up the Vans’ signature style. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Dark Sky-Friendly Lights for the Grand Canyon

Posted by on Apr 4, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Dark Sky-Friendly Lights for the Grand Canyon
Many cities across America are encouraging the use of dark sky-friendly lighting. These fixtures are crafted in a shape that provides downward directed light which helps the skies stay dark and the stars stay bright. Barn lights are a natural fit for dark skies with their dome-shaped shades that reduce glare. Dark skies are critical to the Grand Canyon Association which recently launched a project to retrofit 280 lights in the Grand Canyon historic district to better preserve the night skies. ... Read More

Pro's Corner | Quick Ship Lighting Offers High Quality, Fast Turnaround

Posted by on Mar 19, 2018 | 0 comments

Pro's Corner | Quick Ship Lighting Offers High Quality, Fast Turnaround
If you follow the Barn Light Electric blog, you know that our lighting isn’t sitting in a giant warehouse waiting for a drone to snatch it from the shelf. Unlike other business models that sacrifice quantity over quality, our vintage-inspired lighting is handcrafted and made to order. That means you can customize these fixtures to your heart’s content! This hands-on process, from cutting and shaping the metals, to prep, paint, assembly, and shipping is accomplished by many talented hands. This process takes time; about eight to ten working days to complete. We think this process, and the end result, is well worth the wait! ... Read More

A Look Back at our Favorite Spaces 2017 | Part Two

Posted by on Dec 29, 2017 | 0 comments

A Look Back at our Favorite Spaces 2017 | Part Two
Earlier this week, we hopped on the year-end-review bandwagon for a look back at some of our favorite spaces of 2017. This post included a gorgeous barn with copper pendants, a dreamy bathroom, and one of our absolute favorite kitchens of all time. Today we continue our tour starting off with a project that featured our Original™ Warehouse Gooseneck Light. When we introduced a new palette of finish colors earlier this year, interior designers were quick to embrace the bright new hues. The owners of Alice+Bird Interiors in York Beach, Maine, chose a happy Watermelon finish for this exterior wall light. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Nautical Wall Sconces Attractive Both Day & Night

Posted by on Dec 4, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Nautical Wall Sconces Attractive Both Day & Night
What’s better than a light fixture that fits your space and provides exactly the amount of light you need? How about a fixture that looks just as beautiful when it’s turned off? When Jessica Phillips, of Phillips Tax & Consulting, renovated a small building in downtown Hastings, Michigan, she realized every design detail had to have purpose. “The front of the building is small, and it’s easy to miss when you’re driving by. We wanted to trick it out by being intentional about the quality and design of the relatively few features that are there,” Jessica says. “It was important to me to create something that looked classic and... Read More