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Trend Alert! Outdoor Barn Lights

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 10, 2016 01:03 AM
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by Euro Style Lighting last modified May 09, 2016

In the last few years, the popularity of industrial lighting and décor has taken off. And with that, so have outdoor barn lights. Used both indoors and outdoors, these lights are versatile and look great with most house styles. Barn lights exude a sense of connection to the past - they are understated and honest, taking you back to a simpler time. If you’re curious about adding this trending light style to your home, here are some buying tips and some fun styles to choose from. Most outdoor barn lights have a wide metal shade pointed downward, often with a long “goose-neck,” and were traditionally used to light barns and other outdoor spaces. The metal shade directs all the light downward and creates a dark void above the light. Some styles are compliant with Dark Sky ordinances in case you live in a place where that is a concern. The  Galvanized Urban Barn Outdoor Wall Light is from John Timberland. This industrial style outdoor wall light will blend wonderfully with any contemporary or transitional decor. It comes in a rustic galvanized metal finish, and is ideal for indoor or outdoor use. This simple outdoor light creates a comforting circle of light at your front door, garage, or backyard. If you want more character in your outdoor spaces and interiors,barn lights would be a great pick. Traditional barn lights look great at your front entry, at your retail storefront or even on your  garage. A unique light, such as the Toledo Light from Troy , instantly alerts visitors to your sense of style. Capture the distinctive look of rugged vintage style with this industrial wall light. Featuring an old silver finish, this lamp lights up your outdoor spaces so you'll feel safer at night. Perfect for walkways or garage areas, this light will surely catch some attention. Before you select a barn light with a goose-neck, it is very important to measure! The long neck can easily be interfered with by eaves and awnings, and whether or not it will work in its desired location is not something that can be easily estimated. It is advised to get a ladder and a tape measure to be sure you have enough space for your chosen style of outdoor barn light. If you do have an overhang that causes issues, look for lights that are flush to the wall or ceiling. Check out the Franklin Park Ceiling Light  if you do not want a goose-neck light. Use this outdoor ceiling light anywhere for a vintage inspired look with its galvanized metal steel finish that matches any style of decor.This outdoor barn light is damp location rated, meaning it can easily withstand the elements all year round. Outdoor barn lights are a trend that aren't going anywhere soon. Jump on the bandwagon and add these stylish lights to your garage, entryway, or backyard for an industrial feel. Images: Euro Style Lighting






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