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Iconic, American-Made Barn Lights Complete Farm Stand Renovations

For almost 100 years, the Marini family has farmed land in Ipswich, Massachusetts, and sold their produce in a beloved community farm stand. With help from Windhill Builders and Cummings Architects + Interiors, the family has spent the last eight years refreshing and expanding the facilities at Marini Farm.

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Colorful LED Lighting Creates Farm Vibe for Ice Cream Parlor

When Brandon and Kelli traveled to Italy four years ago, they were enamored with the delicious Italian meals they ate featuring locally sourced ingredients. Back home in Dallas, the couple realized they could turn their love of ice cream into a similar business model by making classic ice cream flavors with fresh milk and eggs sourced from local farms.

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schoolhouse lighting

Vintage-Inspired Lighting Completes Retro Look of New Diner

Stepping into Livingston’s Soda Fountain & Grill in Brownsville, Tennessee, is like walking through a portal that zips you back to the 1930s. The era when the local drug store was the heart of the town. And where locals sit on stools at the soda fountain to connect, eat homestyle cooking, and drink frothy milkshakes.

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commercial lighting

Handcrafted Lighting Complements Homemade Pies With Inviting Aesthetic

When the Achatz family started the expansion of their bakery in the Shelby Township of Metro Detroit, they wanted to create a comfortable and homey feel to the space.

“We have seven locations of the Achatz Handmade Pie Company, and this was a very extensive remodel where we expanded the store by about 1,000 feet,” says Rachel Achatz, director of retail sales. “My parents started the company in 1993 so I’ve been a dishwasher, baker, pie specialist, accountant, you name it!”

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Brilliant Shade of Baby Blue Complements Business Brand

When Liz moved her photography studio to downtown Arlington Heights, Illinois, she wanted to create an inviting atmosphere for her clients. As part of her branding plan for Something Blue Photography, Liz renovated the space to include a blue barn door which serves as a room divider and backdrop for photos.

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