75 years from now, this little gem will turn up on American Pickers for an absurdly high price. It words good too.
Almanac Barn Night Light
This country barn is adorable! It was made in Dublin, New Hampshire, less than a mile down the road from The Old Farmer’s Almanac world headquarters. Our village craftsman, Dan Hill, cut, etched, and colored the miniature barn wood with a laser. The detail is fantastic. Look in the windows, and you will see tiny muntins holding up tiny make-believe panes of glass. All walls of the barn are different, what's more they are held to together with fine woodworking finger joints. There are lots of different windows and doors to let just the right amount of light to escape. The roof features The Old Farmer’s Almanac logo in way reminiscent of the painted barn advertisements of the early– to mid–20th century for soft drinks, tobacco, and roadside attractions.
What's really nice is that the barn walls hide the light bulb when looking from the side. This feature matters for night lights placed in a hallway; you won't want to look at the bright bulb each time you pass. These night lights cast a warm relaxing glow, too!
- 3 1/4" wide x 4" tall x 3" deep
- Bulb included
- On/Off switch
- Handmade in the USA