Posts Tagged "Rustic Chandeliers"

Multi-Light Chandeliers Crafted with Inspiration from Across the Ages

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 | 1 comment

Multi-Light Chandeliers Crafted with Inspiration from Across the Ages
Barn Light Electric is celebrating nine years in business this month! We’ve come a long way since the early days of operating out of a 100-year-old hardware store in downtown Titusville. Using salvaged vintage lights as inspiration, we began handcrafting our own designs, exploring new colors, reviving the art of porcelain enamel, and adding options like LED to bring these time-honored styles into the next century. ... Read More

Featured Customer | Barn Pendant Lighting Gives Nod to Manufacturing Roots

Posted by on Oct 26, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Barn Pendant Lighting Gives Nod to Manufacturing Roots
Nothing warms our heart more than a great American success story. Barn Light Electric started in a garage where our owners rewired and refinished vintage gooseneck and barn pendant lights to sell. Fast forward a few years and today we’re handcrafting vintage-inspired lights in a 60,000-square-foot facility and shipping them worldwide. Today’s Featured Customer had similar humble beginnings. Hayes Manufacturing started in a garage more than 40 years ago and today makes state-of-the-art drive and flywheel couplings in its Fife Lake, Michigan, headquarters. The five owners and partners recently remodeled a storage space in their plant to create an executive... Read More

Featured Customer | Rustic Chandeliers Take Center Stage in Barn Loft

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Rustic Chandeliers Take Center Stage in Barn Loft
We’ve been down home on a Texas ranch this week checking out how custom barn lights create a cohesive look between Renee’s home and barn. Monday’s post featured the exterior of both spaces and Wednesday’s post included the working part of the barn. Today we discover how rustic chandeliers take center stage in a surprising loft space in the barn. “The tack room in the barn leads upstairs to the gathering room which has a kitchen along one wall,” Renee explains. “The space is really multi-functional. It serves as overflow guest space, a space for farm meetings, and the kitchen serves as extra space for holiday... Read More

Rustic Chandelier Lighting Ups the Ante for Multi-Light Fixtures

Posted by on May 23, 2016 | 0 comments

Rustic Chandelier Lighting Ups the Ante for Multi-Light Fixtures
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

Featured Customer | Nautical Chandelier Anchors Fish House in Virginia

Posted by on Mar 2, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Nautical Chandelier Anchors Fish House in Virginia
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. ... Read More