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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

A Look Back at our Favorite Spaces of 2017

Posted by on Dec 27, 2017 | 0 comments

A Look Back at our Favorite Spaces of 2017
Don’t look now but we’re rushing headlong into the new year which means it’s time to take a peek back at 2017. This year saw many changes here at Barn Light as we added new lights and rustic Furniture to our lineup of American-made goods. And our craftsmen got creative with the Porcelain Dinnerware collection adding bakeware and serveware pieces to their repertoire. This year also saw phenomenal growth in our Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook audiences. Our feeds were filled with photos from customers eager to show off some pretty amazing spaces. We want to kick off our year-end review by sharing some of our favorites with you. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Gooseneck Barn Light Adds Style to Industrial Pole Barn

Posted by on Dec 18, 2017 | 2 comments

Featured Customer | Gooseneck Barn Light Adds Style to Industrial Pole Barn
If you need some holiday inspiration, our Instagram feed is chock full of customer photos worthy of the Hallmark card aisle. Along with festive greenery, twinkling lights, and pretty poinsettias, there’s some pretty sweet barn lights too. But these photos… when we saw these gorgeous shots from Craig in Clarksville, Tennessee, we just had to find out more about this project and share these pics. ... Read More

How To | Decorate for the Holidays with Ease

Posted by on Dec 11, 2017 | 1 comment

How To | Decorate for the Holidays with Ease
The holiday train has left the station and is chugging full steam ahead! And while some people are just getting started on the shopping, others are already putting the final touches on wrapping. Neighborhoods are alive with displays ranging from simple white lights to giant inflatable presents and reindeer. No matter what’s on your list of things to do this season, we’re here to offer some holiday inspiration with help from some of our very favorite customers. ... Read More

Pro's Corner | Lighting Serves as Designer's Best Trick

Posted by on Dec 8, 2017 | 0 comments

Pro's Corner | Lighting Serves as Designer's Best Trick
Interior designers thrive on creating beautiful and functional spaces for their clients. They tackle remodels and renovations in every room of the house. But what is a designer’s dream project? For Cynthia Zamaria, an interior designer, farmer-florist, and blogger, the dream project is restoring her very own country property complete with a small flower farm. “We bought this 113-acre recreation property seven years ago as a weekend getaway,” she says. “The original house came with four bedrooms, a bathroom, a tiny kitchen, and a dark living room that didn’t take advantage of the sweeping views.” The property is located less than two... 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