Posted by on Dec 26, 2012 | 0 comments

Rustic Chandeliers Add Bit of Elegance to NY Horse Barn

When you use the term barn light, some people may only think of RLM warehouse shades. After all, this is the commonly used term to describe the quintessential warehouse shades that were first crafted back in the 1930s. But this photo brings a whole new meaning to the term!

These beautiful rustic chandeliers are found in one of the barns at The Pavillion Farm, located in North Salem, New York. Though less than an hour from New York City, this state-of-the-art hunter/jumper facility is clearly a world away. The barn is constructed of wall-to-wall yellow pine and features 22-foot ceilings. Highlighting this space are rustic chandeliers much like our 3-Light Industrial Chandelier The Chappel. This rugged, American made fixture features three cast guard and glass lights that can be finished in your choice of 19 finish colors. Several stem mount sizes are available and you can choose clear, frosted, ribbed or amber glass to give your chandelier a distinctive look. Rated for wet locations, this fixture would be right at home in the barn, on a porch, or in a workshop.

The same cast guard and glass look can be had in a two-light industrial chandelier called The Partnership. This 23″ wide fixture can provide plenty of light in a smaller space but still has loads of rustic charm. For larger spaces or commercial venues, consider our 4-Light Industrial Chandelier The Bottom Line or a 6-light version dubbed The Factory Overhead. Both of these rugged lights provide a distinctly industrial look with their cast guard units attached to a patchwork of stems.

And even though the holiday wrappings are out with the trash, you can still take advantage of our Holiday Sale! Enjoy FREE SHIPPING with any purchase and save an additional 10% off our Porcelain Enamel Lighting fixtures from now until January 4th, 2013 at 11:59pm PST. Just enter STOCKING12 into the Discount Coupon Field at checkout!

Top photo courtesy The Pavillion Farm

Share this post!
Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookGoogle+Pin on Pinterest

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *