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Featured Customer | Industrial Pendants Offer Perfect Wine & Cheese Pairing

Posted by on Nov 20, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Industrial Pendants Offer Perfect Wine & Cheese Pairing
If you had to eat the same meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? My choice would be well-aged wine and artisanal cheese. And if I lived in Larkspur, California, I would be set for life with the opening of Fisher’s Cheese + Wine. This new retail shop and cafe offers a warm inviting space with an eclectic menu filled with an amazing variety of cheeses and wines to suit every taste. Owner and head cheesemonger Kiri Fisher wanted to add a sense of nostalgia to her new space. ... 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

Guest Blogger | 8 Steps to Creating a Cozy Reading Nook

Posted by on Nov 15, 2017 | 0 comments

Guest Blogger | 8 Steps to Creating a Cozy Reading Nook
The winds are rising and the leaves are falling as autumn begins to make way for frosty days ahead. It’s this time of year, when the weather is shifting and the daylight hours are dwindling, that we turn our attention indoors – to creating cozy spots to nestle and warm up icy fingers and toes. And what better way to combat the cold beating at our doors than curling up with a good book, a steaming mug of tea, and a plush blanket in the perfect reading nook. Read on to learn how to carve out your own cozy reading nook for all the chilly eves ahead… ... Read More

Featured Customer | Brewer’s Table Serves as Focal Point in Local Brewery

Posted by on Nov 13, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Brewer’s Table Serves as Focal Point in Local Brewery
In last Friday’s post, we introduced you to Zach, one of the newest members of the Barn Light family. A talented woodworker, Zach leads the team handcrafting our newest collection of American-made goods. Our new Furniture Collection includes pieces for almost every room in the house, and Zach’s eye for detail and careful touch is evident in each one. One of our neighbors here in Titusville, Playalinda Brewing Company, took notice of Zach’s handiwork and inquired about a custom piece of furniture for their newest location known as Brix Project.  ... Read More

Featured Customer | Vintage-Inspired Lighting Accents New Farmhouse

Posted by on Nov 3, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Vintage-Inspired Lighting Accents New Farmhouse
On Wednesday, we started a tour of a gorgeous new farmhouse in northwest Ohio that many people mistake as a thoughtful renovation of an older home. The homeowners took great care to include many of the details of a classic farmhouse in their design including a natural stone foundation, a standing seam metal roof, and barn lights. Ryan and his wife designed the home and chronicled the build on Instagram @OhFarmhouse. In Wednesday’s post, we checked out the front porch where the family enjoys watching the flow of the neighborhood. This popular spot is highlighted by two Original™ Stem Mount Pendants. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Classic Barn Lighting for Urban Farmhouse

Posted by on Nov 1, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Classic Barn Lighting for Urban Farmhouse
The highest compliment Ryan receives is when someone asks about the remodel of his old farmhouse in northwest Ohio. Funny thing though. It’s a brand new home with such attention to detail that people often think it’s been standing for decades. “We built the house in an urban area where we tore down a very old farmhouse,” Ryan explains. “We wanted the new house to mimic the look of the previous home with its traditional form and simple lines so that it fit into the neighborhood.” ... Read More