Need help picking out lights.

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    Need help picking out lights.

    So I am in the process of finishing up wiring my shop and need help picking out outdoor lights.

    Here is the shop.



    Kinda want an old barn lighting type feeling. I have it narrowed down to the four in the poll.

    There will be one on each end. One in the middle of the doors and one up in the eve on the right side.

    It’s so nice having power out there.
    Last edited by J3 Driver; 10-15-2017 at 11:35 AM.
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    My vote is B. I like plain and simple, and B looks a lot like what I picked for my own barn. Mine have LEDs, which I really like since I won't ever (I hope) get back up on a 22 foot ladder to replace the bulbs.

    After my search, I ended up building exactly what I wanted on line and ordering from this web site:

    https://www.cocoweb.com/barn-lights?...FUU6gQodLbYJHA

    This site also sells some lights on Amazon and ebay, but without the wide selection available from them directly.
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    I vote for A! Great looking building.
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    A.

    B. White will show bug poop and dirt.

    C to much bulb shows

    D. Maybe you could see if they were left on all day but I think a wins.

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    Sorry if I am muddling the issue. I understand you a trying to go with a traditional look, but this is close to the look at an insanely cheap price.

    https://www.costco.com/Capstone-LED-...100364294.html
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    My vote is either A or C
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    So here is what I ended up ordering. I liked the look of A bit after talking to my lighting rep she said they are really flimsy and don’t hold up well.

    Found these on evilpay (eBay).

    I think they’ll look good.





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