Modern Farmhouse Journey

Front Door Inspiration from Barn Light Electric

Posted by on Sep 12, 2018 | 0 comments

Front Door Inspiration from Barn Light Electric
It’s happened again. We’ve come down with a severe case of door envy. It strikes almost daily over on our Pinterest and Instagram feeds where customers post photos of their doors adorned by beautiful, new lighting. Like this gorgeous entry created by Jamie Keskin, of Jamie Keskin Design in Massachusetts. Jamie envisioned a quintessential farmhouse feel for this home, and two Wheeler™ Union Wall Sconces capped off the look perfectly. She customized these porcelain enamel sconces with 12″ shades and a Black finish. ... Read More

Modern Farmhouse Journey | Exterior Lighting Tips

Posted by on Aug 20, 2018 | 0 comments

Modern Farmhouse Journey | Exterior Lighting Tips
We’ve been following Whitney and Peter on their modern farmhouse journey for several months now, and it’s been a real treat watching all of the details come together. If you missed Whitney’s first two posts, be sure to check out this one from April and this one from July. In today’s post, Whitney moves outside to share the couple’s decision-making process when choosing exterior lighting. Take it away, Whitney! ... Read More

Modern Farmhouse Journey | The Power of Color Temperature

Posted by on Jul 23, 2018 | 0 comments

Modern Farmhouse Journey | The Power of Color Temperature
Last April, we introduced Whitney in this blog post as she began sharing her story of building a mid century modern farmhouse in Vermont. Today, Whitney discusses a powerful lesson learned about color and lighting in her new powder room. As my husband, Peter, and I dove into the construction of our mountain-top farmhouse, we faced steep learning curves along the way. We discovered that a clear vision for layout and décor is no guarantee when it comes to what materials arrive on your doorstep. Even with countless hours of research, endless Pinterest board comparisons, Houzz inspiration hunting, and precise planning, you just can’t foresee everything until the project... Read More