Full details on our LED Spring Sale here: http://www.barnlightelectric.com/2014-spring-fling-sale-discount-led-lighting.html
This custom task lamp marries mid-century style with quality craftsmanship and showcases vintage-inspired details including porcelain-enamel finish and a throwback style cord.
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Introducing, the Downtown Minimalist Sconce. Its understated silhouette emphasizes design basics: brilliant color and plentiful light.
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Our newest vintage reproduction pendants were inspired by Benjamin Industrial "sewing machine RLM" lights. With their hand-spun shades affixed to exposed sockets with decorative paddle switches, these factory lights are ready to be hung over kitchen islands and craft tables!
Barn Light Electric embodies the true American spirit of pursuing a dream and turning a hobby into a thriving business. By accepting the challenges and overcoming the obstacles, Bryan and Donna Scott have revived a cherished manufacturing process and transported it into the 21st century with advancements to bring it to the next level.
Like many small businesses, Barn Light Electric began as a weekend hobby for owners Bryan and Donna Scott of Titusville, Florida. Having grown up in the shadow of the Kennedy Space Center in a time when American ingenuity and fortitude meant everything to this small community, the couple learned early on what hard work and imagination can do.
Now, five years later, Barn Light Electric has flourished into a multi-million dollar company, creating porcelain enamel lighting in one of the only porcelain ovens in the Southeastern United States. These unique lighting fixtures are treasured not only for their hand spun process and enduring porcelain finish, but for being a true American-made innovation.