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Gooseneck All Weather Farm Light for a Green-Built Kitchen

gooseneck_barn_light_dining_room_discount_barn_lighting.jpgEven if you’re lucky enough to own a vacation home where you can spirit the family away, you still face the daily task of preparing meals and feeding everyone. But who wouldn’t love walking into this gorgeous space to make breakfast? This kitchen and dining area are part of  a LEED Gold certified home in a coastal New England community. At a modest 1,200 square feet, this home packs a lot of energy performance in a compact package. The home is built to Passive House standards and consumes only one-tenth of the energy for heating compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements.

Architects with Boston-based ZeroEnergy Design utilized every square inch of space in this home to maximize flexibility. The handy kitchen island is on casters so it can be moved out of the way when large groups drop in. The white walls and polished concrete floor reflect the natural light streaming in from wide windows. And while we usually find pendant lighting over dining room tables, the rugged trestle table in this space cozies up to a nook that bumps out on the southern side of the home. The layout offers the perfect spot for a Barn Light Electric All Weather Gooseneck Farm Light in a shiny Galvanized finish.

all_weather_gooseneck_farm_light_wall_mount-300x223.jpgThe All Weather Gooseneck Farm Light is an excellent choice for those wanting to save both time and money. As part of our collection of Discount Barn Lighting, this American made fixture features the same quality materials and craftsmanship that is associated with all of our Barn Light Electric products. This classic light is offered in a 15″ shade with five traditional finish colors to choose from and will quick ship in five business days or less. It is rated for wet locations so it would be a great choice for exterior applications as well such as on the garage, porch, or by the front door.

Architecture by ZeroEnergy Design, Photo by Greg Premru Photography

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