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Kim Lewis Tiny Home Debuts in LA with Barn Light Electric

Posted by on Jun 21, 2017 | 0 comments

Kim Lewis Tiny Home Debuts in LA with Barn Light Electric
When the tiny home movement first started gaining momentum, some thought the trend would play out and disappear. The trend was fueled, in part, by the economic downturn in 2007-2008 and consumer interest in lowering the cost of living. Instead of fizzling, however, the trend continues to flourish. There is much to love about these small spaces in addition to the affordability factor. Tiny homes are more ecologically friendly than a mini-mansion and can serve multiple purposes, such as a place for aging relatives, returning children, a home office, or a guest house. ... Read More

Brass & Copper Barn Lights Solve Finish Color Dilemma

Posted by on May 31, 2017 | 0 comments

Brass & Copper Barn Lights Solve Finish Color Dilemma
When faced with a dizzying array of customizing options for new barn lights, customers spend a good deal of time pondering the finish color. They must consider not only how the color looks in their space today, but how it will look in years to come. Will I get tired of Emerald Green? If I paint the living room, will Blush Pink pendants still work? Is Black too boring? For some consumers, natural finishes are the perfect solution to the dilemma of choosing the perfect color. At Barn Light Electric, we offer an extensive collection of Brass and Copper Lighting that is easy to customize and offers a timeless look of elegance to any space. ... Read More

Guest Blogger | Nine Elements of American Coastal Style

Posted by on May 10, 2017 | 0 comments

Guest Blogger | Nine Elements of American Coastal Style
Different seasons call for different settings: winter makes us crave the cozy cocoon of a cabin in the mountains; fall conjures images of brisk afternoons on a farm; and the warmer months inevitably turn our thoughts to the coast — crashing waves, the smell of salt air, and sand between your toes are as quintessentially summer as it gets. Similarly, we long for these same feelings in our homes: lazy afternoons draped over a crisply slipcovered couch while a gentle breeze blows gauzy linen curtains. This style, dubbed American Coastal, is defined by relaxation, comfort, and the casualness that summer is all about. Here’s how to get this laid-back style in your... Read More

Featured Customer | Copper Pendants for Post-and-Beam Carriage Barn

Posted by on Apr 28, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Copper Pendants for Post-and-Beam Carriage Barn
A family business that spans three generations must be doing something right. The folks at The Barn Yard & Great Country Garages have been crafting post-and-beam barns, custom garages, pool houses, and sheds for more than 30 years now. The group of designers, engineers, and builders offer one-stop shopping with a focus on quality materials and commitment to customer satisfaction. They’re singing our song! ... Read More

Featured Customer | Classic Barn Lighting Sets the Tone in NY Home Remodel

Posted by on Feb 27, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Classic Barn Lighting Sets the Tone in NY Home Remodel
No matter how many houses you call home through the years, the first one is pretty special. For Amanda and her husband, Christopher, the move from a New York apartment to a Cape Cod-style modern farmhouse in Dutchess County was exciting as they started incorporating their own style into the space. “The first remodel consisted of a new master bathroom, refinishing the hardwood floors, and replacing dated mudroom tiles with wood floors,” Amanda says. “We also replaced all of the light fixtures in the house.” Although she didn’t like the existing lights which were wood and iron with candles, Amanda couldn’t put her finger on exactly what... Read More

Featured Customer | Copper Pendant for Mid-Century Cape Cod-Style Home

Posted by on Feb 20, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Copper Pendant for Mid-Century Cape Cod-Style Home
When Halli and her husband Irvin started a much-needed, full-gut kitchen remodel, they figured, within a couple of months, they would be hosting a party to celebrate the finished space. But, like most remodeling projects, it took a bit longer than expected. “It took us from the first hammer swing in mid-August to the final nail or touch of paint or, more realistically, the ‘that’s it, no more’ moment in early December,” Halli wrote on her blog Thrill of Living. “We were done just in time for family visits around Christmas.” ... Read More