Getting pictures from our customers is even more exciting than getting a letter in the mail.
Like a letter written with a pen.
On real paper.
That kind of exciting.
Whenever I see an email pop into my inbox, I often glance at the file size even before I glance at the sender. Those 15 and 20-megabyte messages are guaranteed to hold treasure!
Today’s treasure came, not in an email, but from our Facebook page, which is another great source of photographic treasures. Our friend Judd at Salem Woodworks in Plymouth, Michigan, shared this pic of his new, solid cherry harvest table topped by our Mercury 8-Light Chandelier. With eight guard-and-glass fixtures on an... Read More
Who doesn’t love a good reveal?! We so appreciate when customers share photos of their lighting projects as it brings full circle the process that starts in our manufacturing facility with a simple sheet of metal. Customer photos are a great inspiration for anyone in the planning stages of a project, and our Photo Gallery is chock full of pictures of both residential and commercial spaces that feature our American-made lighting.
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One of my favorite finish colors in our ever-expanding palette is the Cobalt Blue. It’s brilliant and bold and reminds me of sitting at the ocean’s edge with my toes in the sand.
Tony Stafford, executive chef and owner of Ford’s Fish Shack in northern Virginia, is also smitten with the hue. He has used it throughout his two restaurant locations and, in particular, during the recent remodel of the outdoor seating areas.
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If there’s one thing Barn Light Electric offers its customers, it’s options! Dozens of finish colors, cord styles, shade sizes, mounting options, glass colors, and more mean you can customize your new American-made lighting to perfectly suit whatever space needs illuminating.
But before you get completely lost in the happiness of jadite vs delphite and chevron cords vs copper stems, let’s take a step back and think about one of the functions of your lighting. Do you need uplighting or downlighting? Both are important and serve specific purposes, and you will find that a combination of both is often best. This is called layering a room using a mix of... Read More
Last week we looked back at some of our favorite customer projects from 2015, and on New Year’s Day, the post covered some favorite commercial customers— those restaurants, breweries, retail stores, and even a climbing gym that used our American-made lighting to spruce up their spaces.
Today, we look ahead to see what changes may be in store for commercial lighting in the new year as businesses try to entice customers off their computers and into their brick-and-mortar buildings.
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