When you live in a 1965-era ranch home, there is no shortage of updates to tackle. For Jess, it was easy to decide which room needed attention first in her Titusville, Florida, home.
“The kitchen was originally in the center of our home,” she explains. “To get anywhere in the house, you literally had to walk around it. So we ended up flipping the kitchen into the existing dining room without moving the plumbing. It was a pretty big project, but so worth it!” Read More »
The unofficial end of summer comes this weekend as people mark Labor Day with picnics, parades, and parties. But here at Barn Light Electric, Labor Day is also a time to celebrate the 120+ team members who do their part each day to create our vintage-inspired collection of American-made lighting. Read More »
It was a cold, snowy February day when Arvin and Alicea decided to travel northeast from San Francisco to explore Lake Tahoe. After spending most of their adult lives in the Bay area, they were contemplating a big move. Snow banks engulfed the houses leaving much to the imagination. Read More »
When Cole and Julie set about renovating and remodeling their 1922 Craftsman bungalow in Orange County, California, they sought to honor the roots of the home while adding a touch of farmhouse style with updated colors, materials, and lighting. Read More »
When Brittany Hislop of Vintage Society Co. designed her new home in a small Alberta, Canada town, she spent most of her creative energies on the interior spaces. After settling in for a few years, she turned her eye to the outside of her home. Read More »
With travels plans put on hold thanks to the pandemic, many people took a staycation in 2020. Instead of beach combing and relaxing, building and remodeling became substitute leisure activities.
In fact, Houzz, the online home remodeling platform, reported a 58% annual increase in project leads for home professionals in June. Here at Barn Light Electric, customers were on the hunt for new lighting to spruce up their spaces both indoors and out. Read More »