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Wallpaper Wednesday

Wallpaper Wednesday Presents Vibrant New Trends for 2023

The new year, as always, brings a host of new trends to ponder. One design trend that shows no signs of waning is the use of wallpaper. New styles of wall coverings are finding favor with designers including large-scale designs, bold patterns, textured papers, and wallpaper that goes right up the wall and onto the ceiling.

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commercial lighting

Cheers to Rugged Industrial Lighting at Wisconsin Brewery

Customers love the ease of shopping online with Barn Light Electric. With more than 1,000 products to choose from and countless customizing options, homeowners can easily create the perfect light, piece of furniture, or collection of dinnerware for their home with just a few clicks.

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outdoor lighting

Brass Lighting Lends Pop of Color to New Canadian A-Frame

When we featured Brittany in this blog post almost two years ago, she was enjoying life in her beautiful farmhouse in Alberta, Canada. The exterior was adorned with bold, brass barn lights!

Later that year, Brittany and her family decided to downsize and move to Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada, which, according to Brittany, has some of the best snow in the world!

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barn lighting american made

Don’t Miss Our Favorite Residential Spaces of 2022

We’re adding some reflection into the holiday prep this week as we take a look back at some of our favorite customer projects of 2022. If you missed Monday’s blog post, we started with some amazing commercial spaces. Today, we’re switching over to residential projects that really turned our heads this year!

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glass ball pendant lighting

Industrial Sign Lights Spotlight Sports Memorabilia in Renovated Basement

Perspective is everything. Take an unfinished basement for example. While some people see a dark, damp space full of creepy-crawly things, others see potential. Plenty of potential!

Such was the case for Jim who purchased a home in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, with an unfinished basement. He envisioned a comfortable, inviting space with a TV room, game room, bedroom, and bath.

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