Posts Tagged "Wall Sconces"

Behind the Scenes | Pulling it All Together in Assembly

Posted by on Oct 20, 2017 | 0 comments

Behind the Scenes | Pulling it All Together in Assembly
As we continue our celebration of Manufacturing Month here at Barn Light, we’ve been offering a peek at the amazing craftsmanship, dedication to detail, and plain hard work that happens here every single day. You saw where the process starts in the Machine Shop, and, last week, we featured our finish crews who specialize in porcelain enamel, powder coat, and natural finishes. Once all the pieces of a barn light are manufactured, they wind up in our Assembly Department where talented hands put the puzzle together. With all of the customizing options available for our lighting, it’s up to the Assembly crew to make sure each light is built to the... Read More

Guest Blogger | Dorm Room Makeovers with Kevin O'Gara

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017 | 0 comments

Guest Blogger | Dorm Room Makeovers with Kevin O'Gara
We enjoy bringing you the latest trends, not only in barn lighting, but in home décor and design. Today we welcome back one of the freshest voices in the interior design world — Kevin O’Gara of Thou Swell. Kevin created his interior design blog, named for an old jazz tune, as a place to share home, garden, and entertaining projects with an avant-garde mix of modern and traditional design. We asked Kevin to take the reins of the Barn Light USA blog to share his most recent projects — two dorm room makeovers he completed for friends at Cornell University where Kevin studies Design and Environmental Analysis. ... Read More

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

Featured Customer | Homeowner Taps Barn Lighting for Simplicity, Classic Style

Posted by on Sep 20, 2017 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Homeowner Taps Barn Lighting for Simplicity, Classic Style
In Monday’s post, we visited with Melissa who lives in a small town close to the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. She and her husband built a relaxed and comfortable home filled with industrial farmhouse style. Melissa noted that barn-style lighting was key to the classic farmhouse look she wanted, and she chose the iconic Original™ Warehouse Gooseneck Light for her porch. Today, we take a peek inside Melissa’s new home where the rustic lighting plan continues into the kitchen, dining room, and baths. ... Read More

Pro's Corner | Barn Lights Provide Personality Plus to New Home

Posted by on Sep 15, 2017 | 0 comments

Pro's Corner | Barn Lights Provide Personality Plus to New Home
Building a new home requires countless decisions. From the moment pen touches paper to capture the first concept until the key turns the lock on the front door, choices are made for colors, materials, fixtures, finishes, and so much more. While creating a new home can be exciting and maybe even fun, it helps to have a professional guide you through the process. Jamie Keskin, of Jamie Keskin Design in Massachusetts, recently helped a client navigate the myriad of decisions needed to create their dream home. ... Read More