Vintage Pendants

Save Some Green on St. Paddy’s Day!

Posted by on Mar 16, 2018 | 0 comments

Save Some Green on St. Paddy’s Day!
Everybody’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and we’re celebrating by helping you save a wee bit o’ green! Our St. Patrick’s Day sale starts today with 20% off hundreds of vintage-inspired barn lights, porcelain RLM lights, dinnerware, and even our new line of handcrafted furniture. It takes more than luck to create the array of easy-to-customize products here at Barn Light Electric. It’s the hands-on attention to detail that makes us stand apart. Dozens of hands touch every product from spinning metal on a lathe to hand applying finishes to ensure you receive our very best. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Award-Winning Modern Farmhouse

Posted by on Jan 5, 2018 | 2 comments

Featured Customer | Award-Winning Modern Farmhouse
If you checked out our year-end blog posts on our favorite spaces from 2017, you’ll see that the farmhouse trend made a strong showing. People love the rustic yet modern look of a contemporary farmhouse — lived in, yet lovely, with plenty of texture and character. Today’s featured customer, Jen from Sylvania, Ohio, built the modern farmhouse of her dreams accented with barn lights inside and out. The home was recently awarded Single Family Home of the Year by the Home Builder’s Association. ... 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

Professional's Corner | Upcycled Industrial Pendant Lighting for Durango Guesthouse

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 | 2 comments

Professional's Corner | Upcycled Industrial Pendant Lighting for Durango Guesthouse
At last week’s Design Bloggers Conference in Atlanta, I happened to pick up a copy of Mountain Living magazine and was immediately drawn in by the stunning photos of rustic yet oh-so-elegant homes. As I was flipping through the pages, I landed on a feature of a guesthouse designed to mimic the look and feel of ancient Native American dwellings. Kim Eisner of Candent Design in Durango, Colorado, served as the interior designer for this home which features a plethora of stacked stone, an earthy palette, and heavy ceiling beams. ... Read More

Design 101: I'll Take Mix and Match Styles for $1000 Please Alex

Posted by on Nov 2, 2015 | 0 comments

Design 101: I'll Take Mix and Match Styles for $1000 Please Alex
We love people who are as passionate about their work as we are about hand crafting our American-made lighting. And no one is more passionate about post war-era ranch homes than Austin King of Rafterhouse. Having just wrapped an HGTV pilot episode, Austin has been incredibly busy of late, but he agreed to take over the blogger’s chair to talk about mixing vintage and modern styles — a technique he loves to use to create visual interest with a touch of history. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Industrial Lighting Adds Eclectic Personality to Burger Joint

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 | 0 comments

Professional's Corner | Industrial Lighting Adds Eclectic Personality to Burger Joint
West Texas makes me think of wide open spaces, friendly people, and places to hang out where, as Sam Malone would say, everybody knows your name. And when the design team from MWM Architects in Lubbock, Texas, sat down to create a brand new space for the Twisted Root Burger Company, that’s exactly the feel they were shooting for. “Every Twisted Root is a little different and each has its own theme,” explains Sara Bradshaw, project manager with MWM. “Our theme was West Texas Dance Hall and we wanted a very eclectic, been-there-for-awhile feel with lots of personality.” ... Read More