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industrial pendant lighting

Custom Lighting Delivers Punch of Industrial Style to California Remodel

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.

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gooseneck barn lighting

Gooseneck Lighting Easy to Customize for Multiple Exterior Spaces

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.

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ceiling pendant lighting

Colorful Finishes, Fun Styles Highlight New Beach House Lighting

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.

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american made table lamp

Handcrafted Lamps Brighten Winter’s Darkest Days

No matter how you usually feel about the biannual changing of the clocks, can we all agree that no one needs an extra hour of 2020? But it’s coming our way this weekend and, with that falling back, darkness will descend earlier each day until the shortest day of the year on December 21st. And that will be something to celebrate!

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american made gooseneck lights

Handspun Barn Lights Lend Midcentury Vibe to Pharmacy

Back in the mid 20th century, your friendly neighborhood drugstore was much more than a place to get a prescription filled. With a soda fountain for sweet treats and aisles filled with sundries, the drugstore served as a community gathering spot. And if you were too sick to visit, the pharmacist would even deliver medicines right to your door.

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