RLM Warehouse Shades for Barn-Style Storage Building
Everyone has storage issues. Whether you live alone with a collection of furniture that will one day make you the star of “Antiques Roadshow” or you have five kids and need some place to park all the bikes, storage can be critical. This beautiful building, crafted by our friends at Morton Buildings , features plenty of storage space and all the quaint detailing of larger barns including the cupola on top and the RLM-inspired warehouse shades below.
These handsome gooseneck lights look very much like our Brahma Warehouse Gooseneck Shade , one of our largest and most popular shades for storage buildings, warehouses, and large commercial buildings. The Brahma’s 24″ or 27″ shade throws a wide span of light that is perfect for highlighting doorways, sidewalks, or commercial signage. This classic light is American made and available in more than 20 durable powdercoat finish colors. Choose one to complement your building like these or pick a contrasting shade for a bright pop of color!
Almost two dozen different gooseneck arm styles are available for this light to give your fixture just the right projection away from the wall. Consider adding a wire cage or cast guard and glass to give your light a bit of vintage styling.
Need something a bit smaller for your barn? Check out the Universal Gooseneck Light which offers the same stacked neck design as the Brahma but comes in four mid-sized sh ades ranging from 10″ to 16″. Hand crafted right here on Florida’s Space Coast by our skilled metal artisans, the Universal is fully customizable with finish color, gooseneck arm, wire cage, and cast guard options. This sleek shade, rated for both interior and exterior lighting applications, will add instant style to any porch, garage, or workshop.
And don’t miss the complementary fixtures such as the Universal Wall Sconce , the Universal Stem Mount Light , or the latest addition to our collection — the Universal Cord Hung LED Pendant featuring the very best in LED technology!
Top photo courtesy of Morton Buildings