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Classic Barn Pendant Lighting for Rustic Industrial Restaurant

Beer and bowling belong together much like cold weather and clam chowder or good merlot and a hearty steak. The Theresa Restaurant, located in the heart of Munich, Germany, has combined the concept of good food, tasty brew, and bowling all served up in an urban industrial style setting. Working from a gray and white palette, the interior features dining tables crafted from reclaimed wooden flooring, linen baskets for bread, along with some modern touches like bare bulb pendants and concrete flooring. Oh, and there’s the bowling lane downstairs complete with a chalkboard wall for keeping score.


Barn pendant lights highlight many of the tables and counters and provide a classic look throughout the space. These generous sized pendants are much like our Bomber Pendant Light, one of our most popular RLM-inspired warehouse shades. Available in four shade sizes, the Old Dixie is a great choice for commercial lighting thanks to the quality American craftsmanship that goes into each and every one. We use commercial grade materials to create the Bomber then finish it with your choice of more than two dozen beautiful powder coat finish colors. Your light can be further customized with a colored cotton or cotton twist cord. A wire cage or cast guard and glass can also be added which is especially useful in high traffic areas such as restaurants and retail settings. Plus, those options lend a classic vintage look!

(3) 20” Wilcox, 200-White, CSBW-Black & White Cloth | Photo Courtesy of Christine Burdick Design

For a deeper bowl fixture, consider the Wilcox Deep Bowl Pendant Light which features five shade sizes and the same powder coat finish colors as the Bomber. And, like the Bomber, the Wilcox can be cord or stem mounted and customized with wire cage or cast guard and glass options. When you choose a stem mounting, your light will be suitable for exterior applications such as patios and porches.

Top photos courtesy Remodelista and Theresa Restaurant

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