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Easy-to-Customize Outdoor Lighting for New Craftsman-Style Home

When Scot started construction on his new home in Dogue, Virginia, he remembered an ad for Barn Light Electric that he saw in a magazine at the dentist’s office. The Florida-based company and its tagline — Where Vintage and Modern Collide — stuck with him.

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Kitchen Remodel Gets Splash of Nautical Color & Style

Salt water runs through Anne Nelson’s veins. Having grown up on the Gulf Coast of Florida and now living on the South Shore of Massachusetts, she uses her love of all things coastal to inspire her interior design work. Her firm, Anne Nelson Interior Design, assists clients with everything from window treatments to full interior design plans for new construction.

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Galvanized Gooseneck Lights Add Timeless Touch to Modern Cottage

One of the many things that sets Barn Light Electric apart from other lighting companies is the abundance of ways our lighting can be customized.

It’s the main reason Natasha comes back again and again to find lighting for the projects she and husband Bryon create with their firm Modern Cottage. Located in Kirkland, Washington, the duo design, build, market, and remodel cottages that blend historical features with updated designs and finishes.

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Classic Gooseneck Lights Bring Timeless Charm to New England Barn

While basements are morphing into man caves and garages transforming into she sheds, barns are taking on new lives as much more than a home for horses.

For Heidi and her husband, a 2000-square-foot barn on their five-acre property in North Truro, Massachusetts, offered both work space and additional living space.

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Galvanized Barn Lights Lend Informal Style to Beach Cottage Renovation

The beach cottage — described as a “tear down” by the realtor — had seen better days since being built in 1939. But the waterfront location in St. Teresa on Florida’s panhandle was exactly what Haile and Ben wanted. The couple had already restored an 1850s-era home less than two hours away in Thomasville, Georgia, so renovating this vacation cottage seemed like a breeze.

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