How did you find Barn Light Australia?
As we are renovating our farmhouse, we were pursuing ideas online when we found Barn Light Electric’s profile on Houzz.com. We weren’t aware that Barn Light Australia existed until we sent off an email enquiry to Jesse-Lee who responded saying that he’s a local boy and could save us sometime with the import processes.
What rooms were you renovating and what products did you end up purchasing?
My initial purchase was two 12″ Jadite Avalon barn pendants, both with black cloth cord, purchased for our long kitchen bench/island. Our white-washed walls reflect a great deal of light which complement our dark barn floors. However, with the pendants over our kitchen bench, there is a warm ambience that is a feature all its own.
For our second purchase we opted to counteract Queensland’s high and sticky humidity by purchasing something a little more eco-friendly than an air conditioner. We purchased two Savoy Ceiling Fans and two Seville II Ceiling Fans, both in white, along with an RF remote control for the bedroom to complement interior colouring styles.
As we started to finish off portions of our home, our last (for now) purchase was our galvanised Atomic Sconces seen at our front door.
Do you have any recommendations for future customers?
Follow Barn Light Australia’s Facebook page — Barn Light Australia — and also Barn Light USA , as both regularly post updates such as sales, new products and the like. You’ll sometimes see products released on Facebook early which is great knowing that we get first pick when a shipment arrives or we’re otherwise considering style options.
I have recommended Barn Light Australia to many people for their excellent quality products and particularly for their customer service. It’s not every day you get to speak to a human that returns calls the same day. Our local lighting shop might have some difficulty competing with that! (Director’s Note: The phone number listed on our website is my personal phone number. You will speak to me for every call you make. No phone directories to navigate – I promise!)