I thought this would be a great "small" project to practice creating a rustic floor for the the farmhouse using jumbo craft sticks. I have a mini circular saw and I used it to cut the 550 craft sticks used for this project's floors, walls and ceilings. My saw stopped working right at the end! Fortunately, I had only a few sticks left to cut by hand.
I decided to run tape wire for the lights on the under side of the roof and attached the beams and craft sticks to the assembled roof before attaching it permanently to the house. I later connected the lights that I ran through the center beam to the tape wire. Then soldered a scrap piece of electrical wire down from the ceiling tape wire to a second tape wire on the lower wall which has the junction splice and the transformer lead in wire with the switch. I mounted the junction splice inside the house because I plan to display it on a shelf. I didn't want to distract from the exterior, it would not be that noticeable behind the counter. I covered all the electrical wires with craft sticks.
I bought the miniature farmhouse hanging light ready made for the porch and I made the interior lights from small suction cups and miniature round light bulbs I bought from Hobby Lobby. I painted all the shades metallic silver.