RLM Warehouse Lighting Spotted at House of Blues in New Orleans
Back in 2005, the city of New Orleans was flooded and tormented with the wrath of Hurricane Katrina. That didn’t stop the city from maintaining its undeniable and well known charm though. During a recent visit, had I never known about the devastation, I would have never guessed such a tragedy had occurred.
It may have been all of the old buildings in the French Quarter that survived, or due to the plethora of “new-old” products on the market now, but some of the details found around the city are one of a kind, and truly authentic. For example, the gooseneck warehouse shades lighting the alley way back to the House of Blues’ Voodoo Garden, Restaurant, and Gift Shop. You can tell that these RLM barn lights have been up there for awhile, and have undoubtedly seen many years of wear and tear. This vintage industrial style of lighting was a common scheme along the faces and alleys of the Crescent City.
In a day and age where it seems as if everything comes with a “Made in China” tag attached, quality is sometimes dismissed for a lesser price. Why should you have to sacrifice one for the other? Discount Barn Lights are offered by Barn Light Electric and remain made right here in the United States! You’ll find the same popular styles in trendy finishes and they all remain budget friendly. For example, check out the All Weather Gooseneck Warehouse Shade starting at a mere $129.00 each. If you wish to load it up with all the bells and whistles, such as a wire cage and the gooseneck arm, it still only adds up to $174.00. With prices like these, you can mirror this popular historic look by incorporating multiple RLM gooseneck warehouse lights on commercial storefronts, restaurants or coffee shops.