Remodeling is not for the faint-hearted. When Lauden and her husband decided to clear away the 1980s-era vibe of their kitchen and dining room, they spent almost a year working on weekends to strip away floral wall paper, paint walls and cabinetry, update hardware, and switch out dated light fixtures.Read More »
When we visited Andreas two years ago in this post, he had just renovated a Morton barn on his property in Pennington, New Jersey. Part of the renovation included an 800-foot addition which houses a kitchen and dining space. Andreas tackled the kitchen lighting first with Wallaby Flush Mount Pendant Lights and Brewster Pendant Lights. The next step was adding dining tables to the space.Read More »
What does your dream retirement home look like? Some might envision a condo by the sea, while others pine for a tiny cabin tucked on a mountaintop with panoramic views. Nancy’s dream of a farmhouse situated on 210 acres in rural Missouri finally came true this year. Thanks to the ongoing pandemic and associated supply-chain issues, her dream home took two years to complete.Read More »
When Lauren and Matt purchased a home in Kennebunk, Maine, last December, they planned a few updates to the house after they moved in. Remodeling, they reasoned, is easier than building, right? Like so many who tackled renovation jobs this year, the couple discovered that supply-chain issues draw out even the simplest updates.Read More »
When Pat and her husband moved into a luxury apartment located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, the new place had almost everything they needed.
“Our apartment is in The Elliott at Blue Hill,” Pat says. “When the complex was built, the interior designers used lights from Barn Light Electric. We have traditional barn lights over our entrance and on our small balcony.” She notes, however, that the apartments do not come with overhead lighting in the living and dining rooms nor in her husband’s study.Read More »
It was a cold, snowy February day when Arvin and Alicea decided to travel northeast from San Francisco to explore Lake Tahoe. After spending most of their adult lives in the Bay area, they were contemplating a big move. Snow banks engulfed the houses leaving much to the imagination.Read More »