You just never know when it will hit you. That moment when you look around your home and realize that your furniture looks tired, your lighting is dated, and that paint color on the wall was popular two decades ago.(more…)
When looking to freshen up a space in your home, there are many options all with varying price points. New paint is relatively cheap and easy, but updated lighting also offers a budget-friendly change and demonstrates what a difference one single element, like good lighting, can make.(more…)
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.(more…)
Turning a 1920s-era garage into a trendy design studio sounds like one of those makeover challenges on TV. But that’s exactly what the team from HighCraft Builders in Old Town Ft. Collins, Colorado, pulled off. The original garage and English Revival cottage-style office were both built in 1929.(more…)
Sasha always dreamed of owning an old house, but when the opportunity to buy five acres of farmland in her Oregon hometown came up, she couldn’t resist.
Although she and her husband Shannon built a new home on the property, Sasha wanted to make it feel like a vintage farmhouse.(more…)
Stephanie Hunt, of Flairhunter Interior Design, is a big fan of Barn Light Electric and has used our handcrafted, American-made lights in residential and retail spaces for years. Her most recent project gave her the opportunity to put her stamp of creativity in an office environment for the first time.(more…)