Gooseneck barn lights are not the most elegant luminaire style available. Instead of leaving an exposed bulb in the room, choose a rather glass of light shade to hide the lamp. Glass still allows the light from the light to shine through, but the colors and patterns in a glass of light shadow cover the unattractive shape and style of the bare light bulb.
Loosen the small screws around the lip base that helps keep the gooseneck barn lights shade in place. Loosen the screws provide space for the glass light protector to slip into the lip. The screws are small, so adjusting them with your fingers is easy. Keep the glass light shade up against the luminaire. It should be obvious which side of the glass light hood fits the base of the fixture because it is open and is the same size as the luminaire base opening.
Slide your gooseneck barn lights into the right area of your base luminaire. Tighten small screws surrounding the lip where you will carry out your glass shadow installation. Turn each screw to the right with your fingers until you feel a little pressure. Try not to tighten the screws too much or you can break the glass light shadow. Wiggle glass light hood with your hand holds the shade to make sure it is firmly in place. Release the shadow, but hold your hand close to make sure it stays there.