Posts Tagged "Barn Wall Sconces"

Featured Customer | Barn Wall Sconces Complement Farmhouse Style

Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 | 2 comments

Featured Customer | Barn Wall Sconces Complement Farmhouse Style
Like many designers, Anne Marie discovered Barn Light Electric years ago. But when she and her family moved into an old farmhouse-style home in the horse country of northern Virginia, she knew exactly where to turn for vintage-inspired lighting. “The home was built in 1901, and we bought it as a fixer-upper four years ago,” Anne Marie says. “We were drawn to its bucolic setting, the stone walls that surround the property, and the easy access into Washington, D.C.” At 1,400 square feet, the home was too small for the family of four, so they added a two-story addition including a porch, mudroom, kitchen/dining area, and master suite.  ... Read More

Pro's Corner | Whoa! Barn Lights for an Equestrian-Theme Bath

Posted by on Jul 26, 2017 | 1 comment

Pro's Corner | Whoa! Barn Lights for an Equestrian-Theme Bath
Ask any designer about the most important element of any project and I’m pretty sure “know your client” is right near the top of the list. For Katie DeRario of Hart & Lock Design, knowing her client was a young girl with a love for horses played into the design of an extensive bathroom remodel. “The home is located in an equestrian suburb of Atlanta,” Katie explains. “The little girl who lives here loves horses so we decided to incorporate some fun equestrian details into the space.” The bath was once the master bathroom which was moved to another part of the house, and Katie guided the complete remodel to accommodate the... Read More

Professional's Corner | Wall-Hugging Barn Sconces for Attic Renovation

Posted by on Apr 5, 2017 | 3 comments

Professional's Corner | Wall-Hugging Barn Sconces for Attic Renovation
Have you been up to the attic lately? Is it a little-used space full of cobwebs, off-season clothes, and holiday decorations? That once described Sara’s attic in her Gainesville, Georgia, home but she envisioned so much more for her 1,000-square-foot space. “It was a great place for storage, but I felt it could function better as living space,” she says. “The birth of our third child left us without a guest room, so we needed to incorporate a bedroom into our attic.” ... Read More

Featured Customer | Porcelain Enamel Lighting Rounds Out NY Home Remodel

Posted by on Mar 1, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Porcelain Enamel Lighting Rounds Out NY Home Remodel
In Monday’s post, we met Amanda and Christopher who recently purchased their first home. The initial step for the couple was to repaint the multicolored rooms with a neutral gray to make the house look bigger and provide a softer palette on which to layer furniture and accessories. Along with painting and refinishing wood floors, they paid attention to the smaller details such as updating door knobs and cabinet hardware and replacing run-of-the-mill light fixtures. ... Read More

Professional's Corner | Mini Wall Sconce Makes Big Statement in Kids’ Bath

Posted by on Jan 25, 2017 | 0 comments

Professional's Corner | Mini Wall Sconce Makes Big Statement in Kids’ Bath
When searching for lighting, many designers maintain a punch list of requirements. Not only does a light have to provide proper illumination for a space, but quality and lead times for delivery also rank high. Not to mention style points! When Stephanie Pavlides, of Allen Pavlides Architects, recently went on the hunt for bathroom lighting, all of these factors played into her final decision. ... Read More