Pottery Barn is a home furnishings brand for real people, real lives, and real homes. We passionately infuse quality and comfort into everything we create, from furniture to decor to bed and bath essentials, so you can live a more functional, beautiful, and comfortable life at home—no matter what kind of space you're working with.
Whether you’re a Farmer, hunter, sportsman or simply a hobby shooter you’ll find what you need at The Barn. We are the Toowoomba region’s leading gun shop and we proudly ship nationwide. Being a family owned business our service is second to none, so if you’d like to experience good old fashion service with a smile come on down to The Barn.
A Yankee Barn starts with the vision of its homeowner. Working with our design team, homeowners create a unique Yankee Barn to fit their lifestyle and property. Each Yankee Barn is then built from the finest materials one at a time.
We craft the post and beam from strong, kiln-dried doug fir timbers, and construct the wood framed True Wall, and True Roof panels, along with specialty millwork, in the protected and controlled environment of our prefab workshop. We construct nearly all of the components in our shop, then pack the Yankee Barn for shipment to the site. Our goal with this process is to make building a custom dream home as quick and stress free as possible for our clients.
Like many small business success stories, Barn Light Electric began as a part-time hobby. With a passion for antique light fixtures, Bryan Scott would search through antique stores, attend estate sales, and even poke into abandoned buildings looking for vintage lights to restore. He enjoyed restoring American-made barn lighting because of the high-quality craftsmanship that went into manufacturing these vintage fixtures. But like so many things, vintage barn lighting faded away when less expensive manufacturing techniques came into fashion. Bryan decided to make his own line of barn lighting the old-fashioned way using only the highest quality, commercial grade materials. He found that others shared his passion for vintage lighting and the demand for his fixtures soon exceeded the resources of his back-yard barn. Early in 2008, Bryan, and wife Donna, left their professional careers to manage the business full time
Bitters Co. opened its doors as an eclectic general store in Seattle in 1993. Here you'll find well-crafted household items that we design and purchase directly from artisans throughout the world. In 2005, we opened the Studio in our barn, creating tables and lamps using reclaimed wood.
Michael Gainer, who had some experience dismantling barns in Massachusetts, and who was inspired by a meeting with David Bennink of RE-USE Consulting, promptly came up with Buffalo ReUse, a nonprofit organization offering its own “community-minded alternative to demolition.”