Nestled on a plain in the northern reaches of Indiana lies a beautiful home surrounded by farms and dense forests. Built in 2011, the homeowners started with the shell of a pole barn then built out the structure which encompasses their home and a farm shop.Read More »
Jeremiah and Laura faced countless questions during the build of their modern farmhouse four years ago in central Indiana. But there was no question, in their minds, when it came to lighting.
“We wanted barn lights that would not only look good but would be high quality and last for a very long time,” Jeremiah says. “In the same way vintage barn lights lasted so long on farms around the Midwest.” The couple did a deep dive into the Internet to find high-quality barn lights. They discovered Barn Light Electric and selected the Esso LED Gooseneck Light to accent their home.Read More »
When Judd decided he needed a new shed on his property in Salem, Michigan, he started from scratch. Seriously from scratch.
“I started the process by cutting down trees,” Judd says. “All the timbers and lumber for the project came from poplar trees that I cut from my friend’s family farm in Ligonier, Pennsylvania.” The shed design is also made from scratch by Judd, a retired mechanical engineer. He used a CAD program to create the design which mimics a timber frame wood-fired sauna he built last year.Read More »
Homeowners often find they need more space for the stuff of life. After all, if you actually park cars in the garage, where do you keep yard tools, trash and recycle cans, paint, and storage boxes full of holiday décor?Read More »
When Diane built a new home in the historic Mordecai neighborhood of Raleigh, North Carolina, she also wanted a shed on site to store garden tools and her grandchildren’s outdoor toys. Her homeowner’s association requires that sheds match the style and color of the home, so Diane worked closely with Clark and Clark Interiors from Charlotte to create the perfect look.Read More »
While many of us spent the winter snuggled up in front of a fireplace, a Barn Light Electric customer in the Midwest created a warm and habitable space for her beloved tropical plants to spend the long, cold months. Cynthia hired a contractor to build a new greenhouse so her plants could thrive no matter how low the outside temps dip.Read More »