The term “barn light” has become synonymous with the classic RLM warehouse shade first manufactured back in the 1930s and 40s. Once offered only in vintage green with a standard gooseneck arm, the barn light has evolved to function as much more than a farm light. Thanks to updated styles, finishes, and mountings, barn lights can take on an almost endless variety of looks.(more…)
Turning a 1920s-era garage into a trendy design studio sounds like one of those makeover challenges on TV. But that’s exactly what the team from HighCraft Builders in Old Town Ft. Collins, Colorado, pulled off. The original garage and English Revival cottage-style office were both built in 1929.(more…)
How many decisions must be made when building a custom home? From basic design and layout to colors, materials, appliances, hardware, and fixtures, a homeowner faces countless options when creating a space that is not only functional but will truly reflect their style.(more…)
Sasha always dreamed of owning an old house, but when the opportunity to buy five acres of farmland in her Oregon hometown came up, she couldn’t resist.
Although she and her husband Shannon built a new home on the property, Sasha wanted to make it feel like a vintage farmhouse.(more…)
Stephanie Hunt, of Flairhunter Interior Design, is a big fan of Barn Light Electric and has used our handcrafted, American-made lights in residential and retail spaces for years. Her most recent project gave her the opportunity to put her stamp of creativity in an office environment for the first time.(more…)
When Jessica and her family purchased a home in Duxbury, Massachusetts, the property included an old barn built in the 1800s. Although they tried to save the structure, it was beyond repair. Jessica decided to build new, but she wanted to take design cues from the original structure.(more…)