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Vintage Style, Modern Options Create Perfect Lighting for New Pottery Studio

Barn Light Electric’s talented team of craftsmen are the hands and hearts behind our motto Where Vintage and Modern Collide. By combining design details from vintage lighting styles with modern upgrades in color, mounting, and efficiency, customers can create the perfect fixture for every space.

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American Craftsmanship Stars in Kitchen Renovation

Interior designer Lisa Davenport often refers to her hometown of Durham, Connecticut, as Mayberry — the idyllic town made famous on The Andy Griffith Show. When Lisa started a major renovation on her own kitchen last year, she wanted to create a space where, as she says, “one would expect Aunt Bea to be pulling a pie out of the oven while telling Opie to be patient and let it cool.”

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Crisp Yellow Sign Lights Draw Attention to Drive-Thru Coffee Joint

We often hear that timing is everything, and for the Water Street Coffee Joint in Kalamazoo, Michigan, the timing for a new addition couldn’t have worked out better.

“We had been discussing adding a drive-through service to this location for years,” explains Kirsten Field, creative director for Water Street Coffee. “In mid 2020, changes in the adjacent parking lot allowed for a traffic flow shift. And with the onset of the pandemic, we were motivated to keep contactless options available to our customers.”

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Schoolhouse Lights Bring Period-Appropriate Charm to 1920s-Era Home

As an interior designer by trade, Sara Silburn loves designing, renovating, and updating homes. The principal of Hill House Design Studio, Sara recently turned her creative eye to her own home located in the Tangletown neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Schoolhouse Pendant, RLM-Style Lighting Lend Authenticity to Barn Reno

Built in the late 19th century, the old hay barn in northwest Connecticut served well as a storage building and shelter for farm animals for decades. Fast forward 100 years and the building took on new life with living spaces on the first and second floors.

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