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outdoor gooseneck lighting

American-Made Goosenecks Look Magnifique in the French Alps

It’s no secret that the talented team at Barn Light Electric is dedicated to producing the highest quality, American-made lighting. We ship pendants, wall lights, outdoor lights, and more from Maine to Hawaii and to every state in between. But we also have dedicated customers beyond our borders. Our handcrafted lights have shipped to a variety of far-flung destinations including Mexico, Chile, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Canada, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Easy-to-Customize Pendants Lend Vintage, Modern Look to Kitchen Reno

As many people discovered during the last 18 months, building or remodeling during a pandemic brings a whole new meaning to the word frustrating. Homeowners not only face delays on everything from furniture to cabinets but also labor shortages as electricians, plumbers, and other tradespeople struggle to keep up.

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Vintage-Style Pendants Set Delightful Tone in Quilt Shop Expansion

Outgrowing the physical space for a business can be both a blessing and a curse. Growth is good but finding a place to expand can be tricky. For Jeana and her husband, owners of Bossy Sister Quilting in Kinsley, Kansas, the space right next door became available making it relatively easy to expand.

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Vintage Style, Modern Options Create Perfect Lighting for New Pottery Studio

Barn Light Electric’s talented team of craftsmen are the hands and hearts behind our motto Where Vintage and Modern Collide. By combining design details from vintage lighting styles with modern upgrades in color, mounting, and efficiency, customers can create the perfect fixture for every space.

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Schoolhouse Pendant, RLM-Style Lighting Lend Authenticity to Barn Reno

Built in the late 19th century, the old hay barn in northwest Connecticut served well as a storage building and shelter for farm animals for decades. Fast forward 100 years and the building took on new life with living spaces on the first and second floors.

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