Amy’s first experience with Barn Light Electric came as she searched for lights for her new pool cabana at her Concord, Massachusetts home.
“My girlfriend and I were talking about what kind of light would look nice,” Amy says. “I wanted to get away from my standard choice of onion lights, and she asked if I’d seen gooseneck lights.” Amy went straight to the internet where she discovered Barn Light’s wide variety of American-made gooseneck lights. Read More »
Bathrooms are one of the most often overlooked spaces when it comes to creative and thoughtful design. After all, there’s only so much you can do in one of the smallest spaces in the house, right?
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When Kathy started planning an extensive remodel of her Florida Panhandle vacation home, she wanted to create plenty of open space with a calm feel, lots of white, and a pop of color. A resident of Titusville, Florida, Kathy also knew exactly where to turn for quality, American-made lighting. Read More »
Creating shared spaces can be difficult from both a functional and design standpoint. For one California family tackling an extensive remodel, one bathroom in particular needed attention. The space must accommodate two growing boys but also harmonize with the new aesthetic direction of casual elegance. Read More »
The renovation list for a 60-year-old home can be daunting. But Mary fell in love with the classic two-story colonial she and her husband Joel purchased in Oakmont, Pennsylvania. Nestled along a wooded area near the Allegheny River, the home has a touch of Frank Lloyd Wright style, and Mary wanted to create “a relaxed vibe with a calm backdrop to let life happen.” Read More »
Perspective is everything. Take an unfinished basement for example. While some people see a dark, damp space full of creepy-crawly things, others see potential. Plenty of potential!
Such was the case for Jim who purchased a home in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, with an unfinished basement. He envisioned a comfortable, inviting space with a TV room, game room, bedroom, and bath. Read More »