Rachelle was in the midst of a major remodeling project in her Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, home when a friend mentioned finding some cool vintage lights.
“My friend salvaged some old lights from a local steel mill,” Rachelle says. “When I saw them, I loved them! So I searched for something with a similar look but that was not old and beat up. That’s how I found Barn Light Electric.” Read More »
When Kristin and her family moved into their Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, home more than two years ago, she began tackling a long list of needed renovations.
“Our house was built in 1991, and we have been making updates since we moved in,” Kristin says. “We just recently finished our basement, gutted and remodeled our master bathroom, and turned our garage into a finished space with heat.” Read More »
If you missed Monday’s post, pop over here to read the backstory on designer Sara McDaniel’s latest project involving a massive renovation of eight small villas. Built in 1931, the group of villas in Sara’s hometown of Minden, Louisiana, pulled at her heartstrings. Read More »
Sara McDaniel has loved old houses for as long as she can remember. And though her career began in education, Sara’s path eventually led back to her first love. Returning to her hometown of Minden, Louisiana, in 2016, Sara purchased a 1920s-era home in dire need of renovation. Dubbed Simply Southern Cottage, the project jumpstarted Sara’s career as a content creator, entrepreneur, real estate investor, and highly sought-after designer and renovator. Read More »
We’re cruising into the middle of the week with plenty of Wallpaper Wednesday inspiration! Wallpaper continues to trend as we see endless varieties of colors, patterns, and textures adding character and personality to bedrooms and living spaces as well as smaller spaces like bathrooms and pantries. Read More »
Barn Light Electric began from a love of handcrafted, early 20th-century lighting. Our collection of classic warehouse-shade styles of gooseneck and pendant lights grew quickly to our expanded collections of industrial, farmhouse, nautical, and schoolhouse styles plus more modern and streamlined designs. Read More »