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Minimalist Swing Arm Wall Sconces Offer Sleek Style, Colorful Design

Posted by on Dec 15, 2017 | 0 comments

Minimalist Swing Arm Wall Sconces Offer Sleek Style, Colorful Design
If you thought the paths of simple style and stunning design would never cross, the newest offering in our Swing Arm Wall Sconce collection will change your mind. These slimmed-down wall sconces demonstrate that simple design does not have to be basic, boring, or, heaven forbid, ugly. Introducing the new Downtown Swing Arm Sconce, an extension of our Downtown Minimalist Collection of lighting which embraces the bare bulb look in the form of pendants, chandeliers, and wall sconces. This newest swing arm sconce offers the very best in utilitarian lighting that is easy to customize for most any space and any decor. ... Read More

Bubble Lights Embrace Minimalist Design Trends

Posted by on Dec 1, 2017 | 0 comments

Bubble Lights Embrace Minimalist Design Trends
With the turn of the page to December, the excitement of the holidays starts to snowball. But the celebration here at Barn Light is in full swing with the launch of a new collection of minimalist lighting! Introducing the Bubble Light Collection which honors mid-century nostalgia while embracing current color and finish trends and design influences. The Bubble Stem Mount Pendant channels classic minimalist style with its slender stem mounting adorned with a vintage-style globe. Easy to customize with a rainbow of colors or natural finishes, this ceiling light offers a spot of light to kitchen islands, laundry rooms, or baths. ... Read More

New Deep Bowl Pendants Offer Modern Style, Unrivaled Quality

Posted by on Nov 17, 2017 | 0 comments

New Deep Bowl Pendants Offer Modern Style, Unrivaled Quality
The ceiling pendant trend shows no sign of slowing down in the coming year, and with everything from a bare bulb on a cord to eclectic chandeliers, there’s a pendant for every room of the house. One of the most popular shade styles is the deep bowl which harkens back to the early days of RLM lighting where factories and other workplaces needed focused downlighting. Today, consumers have embraced deep bowl lighting in the home. Having the bulb tucked deep inside the bowl not only reduces glare, but it allows the fixture itself to become a true focal point in a space. ... Read More

Rustic Furniture Collection Debuts at Barn Light USA

Posted by on Oct 4, 2017 | 0 comments

Rustic Furniture Collection Debuts at Barn Light USA
As if launching a new website wasn’t exciting enough last week, we’re over the moon about adding a collection of rustic furniture to our mix of vintage-inspired lighting and porcelain dinnerware. We’re also introducing the newest craftsman on our team — Zach Brady — who has been working with wood since he was a kid. He brings a talented hand and keen eye for details to every piece he creates. ... Read More

Vanity Strip Lighting | Minimalist Design, Maximum Style

Posted by on Jul 20, 2016 | 0 comments

Vanity Strip Lighting | Minimalist Design, Maximum Style
Ah, the bathroom. A room in which we all spend a fair amount of time yet is often overlooked when it comes to design and décor. Oh sure, we see those gorgeous spaces on Houzz and Pinterest, but what does your average bathroom really look like? What can you do to give your space a little bling? A little more oomph? Without spending an arm and a leg? Consider our new Vanity Strip Lighting which offers not only ample light for sinks, mirrors, and vanities but adds a design element that brings its own bit of je ne sais quoi to the space. And who doesn’t need that in a bath?! ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Design Inspiration Focuses on the Feeling, Not the Look

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 | 0 comments

Professional's Corner | Design Inspiration Focuses on the Feeling, Not the Look
We’re always on the lookout for new and interesting design blogs, and our latest discovery — House 214 Design — is a visual delight. Writer Melinda McCoy uses her background in teaching and love of design to inspire readers to look at every design decision, no matter how small, as an opportunity to make an impression. “For me, design isn’t about a look, but a feeling,” Melinda says. “A feeling that is about emotion and, simply put, feels right to you and your home. It is that ‘something’ when you walk into a space that just feels right.” ... Read More