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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

Behind the Scenes | Start With the Finish When Choosing Lighting

Posted by on Oct 13, 2017 | 0 comments

Behind the Scenes | Start With the Finish When Choosing Lighting
While October is officially Manufacturing Month, we celebrate the production of American-made goods every single day here at Barn Light. Our talented crew embraces the hands-on process of crafting high-quality barn lights, porcelain enamel lighting, and industrial furniture that are easy to customize and stand the test of time. Throughout October, we’ll be offering a behind-the-scenes look at our manufacturing facility located on the Space Coast of Florida. Today, we’re exploring our different finish options. ... Read More

Behind the Scenes | Celebrating Manufacturing Month at Barn Light USA

Posted by on Oct 3, 2017 | 0 comments

Behind the Scenes | Celebrating Manufacturing Month at Barn Light USA
We’ve had lots to celebrate in the last week with the launch of our streamlined website and new branding scheme. If you missed last Friday’s post with all the details, you can check it out here. We’re rolling on with the celebratory mood as National Manufacturing Month kicks off in October. It’s a time to celebrate modern manufacturing and the growing demand for quality, American-made products. ... Read More

Capturing the Wow Factor with Minimalist Lighting

Posted by on Aug 11, 2017 | 0 comments

Capturing the Wow Factor with Minimalist Lighting
I just returned from the home of a friend who happens to be an interior designer. As you might expect, her home is drop-dead gorgeous with every detail in perfect placement. It’s not that her space is chock full of décor, but rather, she has taken a more minimalist approach and thoughtfully selected pieces to include in her contemporary farmhouse. For those who eschew a minimalist style as cold and uninviting, I would urge you to take another look. While minimalist styles of lighting have clean and simple lines, they can also be visually striking enough to make a statement. It’s the small details in these fixtures that provide the ultimate wow factor. ... Read More

Barn Lights: How Do I Customize Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!

Posted by on Aug 4, 2017 | 0 comments

Barn Lights: How Do I Customize Thee? Let Me Count the Ways!
So you find a really sweet barn light, but it’s a pendant, not a gooseneck light. And you really need a gooseneck for the garage. Twelve boxes of pendants but no goosenecks in sight. Wait, what? Why are you at the big box store when you can find the perfect barn light right here and customize it to your heart’s content?! Today, we’re going to show you one of our most popular shades — the Old Dixie — and the many different ways you can customize this RLM-inspired fixture to suit your taste and your space. ... Read More

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