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Rustic Wood & Metal Lighting Brings Warmth, Style to Arizona Rental Home

When we launched our new Timber & Ore collection this summer, we knew that homeowners, designers, and lighting enthusiasts would love the addition of warm wood to our classic lighting styles. And if our Instagram hashtag, #mybarnlight, is any indication, we were spot on with that prediction!

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Industrial LED Pendants Offer Both Fun and Function in New Laundry Room

If you missed Monday’s post, be sure to click over to see how Annie Parr of Island Interiors used sleek sign lights to combat a high ceiling and spotlight a gorgeous stone fireplace.

Today, we’re continuing our tour of this six-bedroom home on Martha’s Vineyard. Annie describes the complete reinvention of the style and design of the home as “eclectic, modern, rustic, and definitely industrial in a sexy, new way!”

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Wood & Metal Lighting Offers Traditional Look with Modern Edge

Today, we’re excited to continue our tour of the Early Avery out in Phoenix, Arizona. If you’re new to the Barn Light Electric blog or just getting caught up, this short-term rental is the creation of our good friend Austin King at Rafterhouse. We launched the series back in July with this post, then explored the exterior details in this post.

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Barn Light Electric & Rafterhouse a Perfect Pairing in New Phoenix Build

Nothing beats a good combo. Peanut butter and jelly. Bogie and Bacall. Fall and football.

And if you follow Barn Light Electric here on the blog, you’ve no doubt seen the great combination of wood and metal in our new Timber & Ore fixtures. This exceptional collection of finely crafted lights combines the warm feel of wood with industrial metals for a sophisticated, rustic modern design.

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Vintage-Inspired Lighting Lends Authenticity to New Barn Home

As April and her husband Andy planned their dream home in the mountains of western Pennsylvania, a timber frame or log home appealed to their love of rustic charm and antiques. When a barn nearby collapsed during a snowstorm, the couple considered using the timbers as a framework for their home.

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