When you consider kitchen lighting, it’s easy to think of recessed cans, pendants, or even multi-light pendants for this much-used space. But we have begun to notice, dare we say, a trend, of gooseneck lighting in the kitchen.
You may regard the time standing at the bathroom sink as minimal. But those minutes are oh so important as we prepare ourselves to greet each day and as we wind down each night.
There are countless steps taken to manufacture Barn Light Electric’s American-made lighting. Many hands contribute to the process as hundreds of fixtures ship out the door each day.
One very important set of hands belongs to Scott, our Supervisor of Inventory and Quality Control. Scott has been with the company for more than seven years and has also worked in purchasing, inventory control, research & development, and as regional sales manager.
Let’s be honest. Adding color to a home design scares a lot of people. Choosing black, white, or maybe a galvanized finish for your new kitchen pendant light is a much safer bet.
Luckily, interior designers possess a keen eye for how and when to add color to a space. And one of our favorites is Alison Kandler with Alison Kandler Interior Design. We spotted one of Alison’s recent projects on Instagram, and the kitchen photos were the talk of the office last week!
According to a recent study, roughly 35.5 million Americans move each year. And while a new job, a new home, or an easier commute may spark a change in location, many people leave a piece of their heart in the place they first called home.