3 Types of Commercial Lighting You Can’t Afford to Forget

by on December 15th, 2014

If you’re opening a new business—a restaurant, boutique, hospitality clinic, etc.—there are three types of commercial lighting you can’t afford to forget. Ambient, accent, and task lighting are all essential to helping your business operate successfully. The best commercial lighting design will incorporate each of these types of lighting and do so effortlessly according to… more.

Glimpses of Gooseneck Barn Lights Abound

by on March 13th, 2014

Next time you take a stroll through your neighborhood shopping center, take a look at the various light fixtures around. Many storefronts and restaurants use gooseneck storefront lighting as their light fixtures of choice. They mount gooseneck barn lights above awnings, business signs, and display windows. And it makes perfect sense, since having outside lighting… more.

Are Gooseneck Barn Lights Only For Businesses?

by on March 5th, 2014

A customer recently asked if gooseneck barn lights were used only for commercial purposes. While goosenecks do look great in lighting diners and restaurants and various business spaces, they also look stunning in residential settings. The placement of gooseneck barnlights in and out of the home is virtually limitless. They look just as amazing in… more.

Which Gooseneck Goes Best With My Barn Light?

by on February 26th, 2014

There are so many gooseneck barn lights and gooseneck variations that it is hard to say which shade complements each gooseneck the best. There are, however, classic gooseneck and barn light combinations that we see our customers order quite often. Let’s take a look at a few of them, inlcuding this copper gooseneck barn light… more.

What is Gooseneck Barn Lighting?

by on February 19th, 2014

Gooseneck lighting has been a staple in American architecture for decades. Still popular among architects and designers today, gooseneck lights are found in public spaces such as malls, outdoor promenades, and storefronts, as well as various other commercial and residential spaces. Their timeless design makes them easy to complement various settings, and their durability makes… more.

Get yer barn lights!

by on May 20th, 2013

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Lights Handcrafted to Perfection As their name suggests, these barn lights were originally used as barn fixtures. Farmers and ranchers used these lights to illuminate their barns because their straightforward, wide shade design allowed for maximum light output.  Normally made out of aluminum, steel, and copper, these charming light fixtures were well-built to endure the harshest… more.