Posts Tagged "School House Pendants"

Vintage Schoolhouse Shades Bring Unique Charm to Home Design

Posted by on Dec 13, 2012 | 0 comments

Vintage Schoolhouse Shades Bring Unique Charm to Home Design
It’s been a busy and exciting year here at Barn Light Electric and while we’re closing in fast on the holidays, we’re not sitting by the fire roasting chestnuts and watching for Santa. Not just yet anyway. Our metal spinners are busy crafting new light fixtures and the R&D crew is exploring the latest lighting technology in an effort to bring you the very latest designs and components for your residential or commercial lighting needs. ... Read More

Schoolhouse Shades Lend Texas-Sized Style to Austin Kitchen

Posted by on Nov 30, 2012 | 0 comments

Schoolhouse Shades Lend Texas-Sized Style to Austin Kitchen
We love hearing from our customers about their home improvement and construction projects. One comment we hear quite often these days is that when building or buying a brand new home, homeowners strive to create a house with the character that is more often found in older homes. That effortless, lived-in look of a house that just belongs on a piece of land and has been graced with thoughtful touches from the past. Such is this shotgun-style home in an historic neighborhood in south Austin, Texas. Though new construction, the kitchen gives a definite nod to history in a space filled with vintage details. ... Read More

Historical School House Pendants

Posted by on Apr 28, 2010 | 1 comment

Historical School House Pendants
Photo courtesy of Apartment Therapy For about 50 years, School House style lights could be found not only in residential areas, but schools, galleries, and libraries as well. These shades were popular choices for homeowners and architects alike, therefore, they were produced in hundreds of styles and sizes to accommodate all spaces. It wasn’t until the 1960’s that styles changed, and the majority of School House shades stopped being produced. ... Read More