Rustic Industrial Lighting Fits Bear Rock Adventures’ Brand
Whether you love winter sports or summer camping, the Great North Woods region of New Hampshire is a great place to adventure! This northeast corner of the state includes the Connecticut Lakes and the White Mountains with plenty of opportunities for backcountry hiking, fishing, camping, skiing, and snowmobiling.
The team at Bear Rock Adventures, located in Pittsburg, New Hampshire, is at the ready to help their customers with ATV and snowmobile rentals as well as camping trips throughout the area. They recently remodeled one of their buildings to accommodate a retail shop offering the latest in active wear and supplies.
“We built out a garage into a retail space and added a second floor with wooden beam structures that accent the metal structure already in place,” says Tanner Baillargeon, general manager for Bear Rock Adventures. “We were going for a rustic industrial look with the mix of metals and wood.”
To bring plenty of light to the merchandise displays, the team chose fixtures from Barn Light Electric’s Discount Lighting collection. These American-made fixtures are handcrafted from commercial-grade materials at the Barn Light manufacturing facility in Florida.
“Barn Light has a great selection of lighting options,” Tanner notes. “Everything seems high quality.” Across the ceiling, two dozen All Weather Farm Light Stem Mounts bring plenty of illumination to the shop. These lights are customized with 17″ shades and a powder coat Black finish.
“We wanted a darker color of metal with a softer light option,” Tanner explains. “These really work with the aesthetic of our retail expansion.” The team also chose 10 matching All Weather Gooseneck Farm Lights mounted to the posts throughout the shop. These feature slightly smaller 15″ shades, G31 gooseneck arms, and the same powder coat Black finish.
“These lights worked with the spacing we planned and with the rustic industrial look we wanted,” Tanner says. “The lights are a great accent to the entire retail section.”
Photos courtesy of Bear Rock Adventures