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Rustic Barn Pendants Add Western Style to Charming Sunroom

This bright and airy sunroom is loaded with rustic charm top to bottom — from the reclaimed wood flooring and exposed ceiling beams to the comfy furniture and artful arachnid tribute on the wall. We also love the rugged barn pendants that combine classic western elements from the Railroad Era with touches from the Industrial movement. These lights are very similar to our Warrior Pendant, part of our popular collection of Barn Pendant Lighting.

Mirroring our Barn Wall Sconces and Gooseneck Barn Lighting, our Barn Pendants share the same nostalgic appearance of the original American-made RLM shade designs first created in the 1930’s. And while the Warrior Pendant is certainly full of rustic charm, it also has softer influences that can be seen in the rounded forms of the decorative spindle, the sleek flared shade, and the glass enclosure below the shade. While the lights in this photo do not feature a wire guard, the Warrior can be customized with one to add an extra vintage element to the fixture.

The Warrior comes in both 14″ and 18″ shade sizes and more than 50 finish colors are available from standard colors like black and galvanized to premium finishes like satin steel, medium blue, and tuscany. Aluminum finishes include the shiny polished aluminum and the vivid trans colors of red, blue, yellow, and green. Glass choices include a range of colored, textured, acorn, and frosted looks.

For a more rounded look, check out the Barn Light Trailblazer Pendant which features a layered, stacked neck design much like the Ivanhoe® Union. Its smooth, flowing shape will be the focus of attention in any space whether you choose to hang them alone or in pairs. Like the Warrior, the Trailblazer comes in two shade sizes and dozens of finish colors so you can put your own stamp on a classic design. The Trailblazer can also be customized with a cast guard and glass for even more style!

Top photo by Dana Gallagher for Country Living

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