20 Farmhouse Style Barn Lights
Happy Friday guys!! Can you believe it’s already Easter weekend?! I honestly can’t wrap my mind around it already being time for Easter–I mean, it just seems way too early this year. I always like when Easter falls little later into April, when the weather is a bit warmer, the grass is starting to turn green, the trees are starting to bud out, and it just feels more “Easter-ish”. You know what I mean? Maybe I’m the only one that feels the way, but I’m just not ready for Easter yet. We literally have snow on the ground as I type this post, so it definitely doesn’t feel like spring at all. But that’s ok, because Easter isn’t about green grass and bunnies, it’s about salvation. And resurrection. And hope. And boy am I grateful for that! So either way, I’m excited for the weekend and looking forward to making memories with my sweet little crew. Anyway, let’s move on to today’s post, shall we? I hope you’re in the mood for a little retail therapy because I’m talking about farmhouse style barns lights!
So do you remember back in January when we put a pair of black barn lights in our reading nook? It was a simple and quick decor update, but those two little lights added so much character and charm to our living room. And since we don’t have electricity in the reading nook, we simply used LED battery powered puck lights instead of light bulbs. We just screwed the lights to the wall without even bothering with the electrical wiring. It was super duper easy and you can see it all in this post. Well ever since then I’ve had a lot of questions about the lights, so today I thought it would be fun to round up 20 farmhouse style barn lights for you guys! I’ve found some really cool options and most of them are under $100. I hope this helps if you’re on the hunt for some new lights!
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The thing I LOVE about these lights is that you can put them anywhere in your home! Even if there isn’t electricity where you want to install it–it can simply be a piece of decor instead of a functioning light fixture. Why not, right?! We just did this in our breakfast nook actually. We simply removed the electrical wiring, screwed the light to the wall, added a light bulb to make it look real and badda boom badda bing. It looks legit but it’s totally a “faux” light! Anyway, I’m so glad you stopped by the blog today. I always appreciate when you drop by and spend part of your day with me. It really means so much. I hope you have a blessed Easter weekend with your loved ones and I’ll see you back here on Monday!! xoxo
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