Posted by on Nov 23, 2012 | 0 comments

Professional Projects | Copper Goosenecks Add Shine to Stunning Sports Car Garage

If you’ve roused yourself from the tryptophane-induced coma from yesterday’s feast, you probably realize that it’s time to shop! Or maybe you’re just settling in after a long night’s foray into the big-box world of holiday shopping. How about ordering something useful, beautiful, and American made? Did we mention our annual Thanksgiving Sale is still going on?

To give you some inspiration, we’d like to share some pictures from our friends at TR Building & Remodeling who created the ultimate man cave and sports car garage in Connecticut. The client wanted a barn-like structure to hold his sports cars and sizable wine collection, yet have the same comfort and warmth as the main home. Reclaimed chestnut and pine lumber plus natural stone flooring add warmth to the 1,300-square-foot interior as do the copper gooseneck barn lights adorning the space inside and out.

And while we don’t sell this exact style of gooseneck any longer, you can get a very similar look with the Newport Gooseneck Light which combines a classic RLM warehouse design with a modern flared shade. The neck features an opening above the shade where light filters out through the glass giving a pleasant glow. The shade comes in two sizes — 12″ and 16″ — and the glass can be customized with one of more than half a dozen colors.

This American made fixture is spun from heavy gauge aluminum and can be finished in a coppertone color likes these lights or 20 other finishes ranging from traditional to modern hues. A wide variety of sizes and styles of gooseneck arms are also available to customize this light to your specific space.

To take advantage of our special Thanksgiving pricing which is good through Monday, November 26, 2012 at 11:59pm PST, just enter the code GIVETHANKS12 into the discount coupon field. Some restrictions do apply so please read the fine print!

Photos courtesy Rick Krug at TR Building & Remodeling and Photographer Paul Johnson

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