In one of the final episodes of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” Barn Light Electric was proud to supply two gorgeous porcelain gooseneck barn lights as a stunning accent for a little girl’s Texas bedroom. Shown here are the Goodrich® Esso Porcelain Gooseneck lights in a delightful Yellow finish. The Esso comes in both 8″ and 10″ sizes and a rainbow of porcelain enamel finish colors. Perhaps Cherry Red or creamy Jadite would suit your style, or if you want something more subtle, consider Graphite or Bronze.
If you’re like most people, your kitchen probably got a real workout in the last few weeks with holiday parties, family dinners, and enough baking to make Mrs. Claus proud. This kitchen looks like it would be the perfect place for whipping up some pre-New Year’s Eve goodies! Loads of vintage touches abound here with the classic subway tile, the retro containers behind the glass front cabinets, and the creamy green bowls that are just crying out for a matching jadite Ivanhoe® Aero Shallow Bowl Pendant!
As you drive through the grounds surrounding the Grove Park Inn, you feel surrounded and immersed in the history of place. The Inn will celebrate its 100th year in operation in 2013 and has served not only as a hotel to presidents and celebrities whose photographs line the hallways, but also as a rest and rehabilitation center for US Navy sailors returning from World War II. There are countless vintage touches throughout the grounds including these handsome vintage gooseneck lights near the Grovewood Gallery and Café.
A remodeling project often starts with just a nagging feeling that something in a space needs attention. It may be a worn out rug, a sagging sofa, or lighting that needs updating. Luckily, lighting is one of the easiest and most economical ways to give a room new life and a fresh look! When one of our recent Featured Customers recently tackled the remodeling of her home — a barn-like structure nestled in a beautiful valley in the mountains of Utah — she focused on aesthetic changes which included new porcelain enamel lighting in several rooms.
When you use the term barn light, some people may only think of RLM warehouse shades. After all, this is the commonly used term to describe the quintessential warehouse shades that were first crafted back in the 1930s. But this photo brings a whole new meaning to the term!