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Industrial Lighting Adds Pop of Style to Michigan Pole Barn

When the ongoing pandemic closed gyms, parks, and other recreational facilities across the country, Americans were forced to get creative with workouts at home.

Luckily for Chris and Nancy, the perfect space for health and recreation was right in their own back yard. The construction of a pole barn on their property in Newaygo, Michigan, wrapped up right as the Covid-19 disaster started to unfold.

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Classic Gooseneck Lights Bring Timeless Charm to New England Barn

While basements are morphing into man caves and garages transforming into she sheds, barns are taking on new lives as much more than a home for horses.

For Heidi and her husband, a 2000-square-foot barn on their five-acre property in North Truro, Massachusetts, offered both work space and additional living space.

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American-Made Lighting Adds Industrial Style to Post-and-Beam Barn

In the hunt for lighting, many factors come into play. For some consumers, a wide variety of finish colors is important. For others, finding American-made fixtures tops the list. And then there are spaces that call for specific customizing options such as a particular gooseneck arm style or a hang-straight canopy.

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Colorful, Custom Barn Lights for Classic New England Barn

We’ve seen a lot of barns over the years. Everything from two stalls to 20 stalls and working barns to man-cave barns all made even more beautiful with our American-made lighting.

One of our newest favorite barns comes from the talented folks at Houses& Barns by John Libby. With an in-house architect, designer, and plenty of timber framers, this crew creates barns with an eye toward timeless design and quality construction meant to last.

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Barn Pendant Lights Bridge Vintage, Modern Gap in Renovated Barn Home

Amy Beth Cupp has been decorating all her life starting with the constant rearranging of her bedroom furniture as a child. Her latest project, however, was a bit more ambitious.

The floor-to-ceiling renovation of a barn house, believed to be built in the late 1700s, presented the challenge of a lifetime for Amy.

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