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Pro's Corner | Designer Chooses Quality of Barn Light Electric

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 | 0 comments

Pro's Corner | Designer Chooses Quality of Barn Light Electric
For more than 20 years, designer Pamela Konen, of Konen Homes in Minnesota, has researched and specified lighting for her clients. When she discovered Barn Light Electric, the American manufacturer of vintage-inspired lighting quickly became her go-to source for quality fixtures built to last. “Barn Light Electric is one of my favorite places to shop as I’m drawn to the quality of the industrial lighting they offer,” Pam says. “Many other manufacturers offer industrial lighting given it’s a popular style, but I have yet to find one that competes with the quality of the Barn Light product.”  ... Read More

Fall Inspiration | Pretty Up the Porch No Matter the Temps

Posted by on Oct 26, 2018 | 0 comments

Fall Inspiration | Pretty Up the Porch No Matter the Temps
According to the calendar, it’s late October, but Florida has yet to join the rest of the country with seasonal temps. To get into the autumnal spirit, we turn daily to our Instagram feed to soak up images of plump pumpkins, colorful mums, and people sipping hot cider by a crackling fire. Today we’re sharing some of our favorite fall inspiration photos from friends across the country who are embracing all that autumn has to offer. Along with seasonal colors and decor, don’t be surprised if you see some pretty spectacular barn lights too! ... Read More

Front Door Inspiration from Barn Light Electric

Posted by on Sep 12, 2018 | 0 comments

Front Door Inspiration from Barn Light Electric
It’s happened again. We’ve come down with a severe case of door envy. It strikes almost daily over on our Pinterest and Instagram feeds where customers post photos of their doors adorned by beautiful, new lighting. Like this gorgeous entry created by Jamie Keskin, of Jamie Keskin Design in Massachusetts. Jamie envisioned a quintessential farmhouse feel for this home, and two Wheeler™ Union Wall Sconces capped off the look perfectly. She customized these porcelain enamel sconces with 12″ shades and a Black finish. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Porcelain Gooseneck Handles California Sunshine

Posted by on Sep 5, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Porcelain Gooseneck Handles California Sunshine
Renovating a garage often lacks the joys of renovating, say, the kitchen or the family room. It’s just not nearly as much fun spending money on utilitarian spaces that simply house the car and lawn mower. When Meg started contemplating an overhaul of her garage earlier this year, she wanted to make the space as charming as her Orange, California, home. She loves the modern farmhouse look, with more of an emphasis on the modern, so she paid particular attention to the details of the full-gut renovation. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Vintage Lighting Adds Retro Style to Kitchen Reno

Posted by on Aug 15, 2018 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Vintage Lighting Adds Retro Style to Kitchen Reno
The open floor plan continues to be popular especially for those who like large, combined spaces for entertaining. It also works well for families who enjoy spreading out between kitchen, living, and dining rooms but still want to carry on a conversation or keep an eye on kids. Lighting these spaces is both a challenge and an opportunity as Jennifer discovered when she recently renovated her kitchen. ... Read More

How To | Use White Lighting as an Ideal Design Element

Posted by on Aug 1, 2018 | 0 comments

How To | Use White Lighting as an Ideal Design Element
We talk about color quite often here on the Barn Light Electric blog, but today we’re considering the role of white in design and lighting. White, as you might guess, has no hue, but reflects whatever color you shine on it. If you missed this blog post, our guest blogger Whitney May discovered how her light bulbs could change the color of the “white” tile in her powder room! People often use white as a neutral base then add pops of color with fixtures, furniture, and other accent pieces. Others prefer the classic look of black and white with punches of gray thrown in.  ... Read More