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Gooseneck Warehouse Shades Ring Restaurant with Style

Nothing screams for barn lights like a country style restaurant, and nobody does country better than the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. As the door was closing on the tumultuous decade of the 60s, Cracker Barrel was born in a small Tennessee town near I-40 where tourists were starting to discover the new interstate system. The company grew quickly as word spread of hot, homemade breads and generous portions of country style fare. Today, Cracker Barrel has more than 600 stores in 42 states — not a single one franchised, the company proclaims, “to maintain the quality and consistency our guests rely on.”

In this location, Cracker Barrel goes to great lengths to make sure their guests have plenty of light on the walkways and adjacent parking lot. These RLM inspired warehouse shades are hung on three sides of the building and are very similar to our Original™ Gooseneck Warehouse Shade , one of our most popular gooseneck fixtures. Shade sizes range from 12″ to 16″ and can handle up to a 200 watt bulb. More than 40 finish colors are available for this light including standard, premium, aluminum, and brass finishes. Be sure to check out our customer Photo Gallery to see all the different looks this versatile light can take!

You have several other options to consider to make this light truly distinctive including the size and angle of the gooseneck arm. The arms on these lights reach well out from the building to throw light below, not just on the wall. If you’re vying for a more vintage look, a wire cage is one way to go or for another vintage take, try a cast guard and glass option.
Choose a finish color for the guard then pick out a textured, colored, or frosted glass to complete the look!

And if you like the look of the Original Warehouse Shade but want the durability and brilliance of a porcelain finish, check out our line of Goodrich® Gooseneck Lights!

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