Posts Tagged ‘throwback Thursday’

Throwback Thursday: Fall 2019

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

We have reached the last day of our Fall 2019 catalog and the Lighting + Halloween Sale. Our Holiday 2019 catalog will be making its way to you this weekend and next week (request one here), but before we totally say goodbye to the early autumn season here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, join us in looking back at ten of our favorite blog posts of the past two months. Click on each title to read each post, and tell us which ones are your favorites in a comment below.

Photo by Hoedemaker PfeifferMore home office ideas

Get The Look: Rustic Home Office

Tasteful Tuesday: Classic Cheesecake

Quick Tip: Small Entryway Storage Solution

Decorating with Color: Staircases

Tasteful Tuesday: 10 On-The-Go Snack Ideas

Large Office Organizer

Weekly Spotlight: Basic Home Office Essentials

Five Fall Pumpkin DIY Projects

Weekly Spotlight: Harvest Haul

Thursday’s Theme: Fall Crafts Using Autumn Leaves

Tasteful Tuesday: Six Slow Cooker Recipes for Fall

Leaf Clay Dish | The Best Ideas for Kids

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Throwback Thursday: Summer 2019

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

We have reached the last day of our Summer 2019 catalog and Made in the USA Sale. Our Fall 2019 catalog will be making its way to you this weekend and next week (request one here), but before we totally say goodbye to summer here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, take a look back with us at fifteen of our favorite blog posts of the season.

Monday Must-Haves: Summer 2019 Function and Style

Tasteful Tuesday: Green Bean Potato Salad

Weekly Spotlight: Made in the USA Signs (and Flag) | Summer 2019

Mini Fan Flag | Made in the USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Thursday’s Theme: An Adirondack Summer

Tasteful Tuesday: Baked Haddock (with Atlantic Maine Marinade)

Weekly Spotlight: Dog Pillows | Summer 2019

Unfinished Adirondack Rocker | Made in the USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Throwback Thursday: Five Posts for Outdoor Living

Tasteful Tuesday: Citrus & Mint Iced Tea

Quick Tip: Illuminating Your American Flag

Whoopie Pies by Flickr user Joy

Tasteful Tuesday: Whoopie Pie Recipe

Thursday’s Theme: The Sleeping Porch

Weekly Spotlight: Magnetic Garden Stake & Signs

Magnetic Address Signs | Summer 2019 | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Tasteful Tuesday: Mint Chocolate Cake

Thursday’s Theme: Summer Crafts for You and the Kids

Weekly Spotlight: Upholstered Seating (Made in the USA)

Ava Upholstered Glider | USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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Throwback Thursday: Five Posts for Outdoor Living

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

May is coming to a close, which means the season of outdoor living is practically here. Today we’ve rounded up five posts from the blog that highlight some of our favorite ways to decorate patios, gardens and more outdoor spaces, as well as ways to make the most out of the areas beyond your home’s interior.

Deck Safety

Now is the perfect time to inspect your deck for wobbly sections, loose screws and/or nails, and make note of other wear and tear. Read this post for more suggestions regarding deck safety.

Eucalyptus Serving Cart With TrayCozy Porch or Patio

We’ve outlined basic furniture and decor suggestions to make your porch, patio or deck as cozy as your indoor rooms.

Web Exclusives from Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Although a more specific post, the featured outdoor accents can be conveniently found among our selection of web exclusive decor. At the very least, we think this particular post provides some inspiration for how to utilize and furnish outdoor spaces.

Bee and Insect Houses

A great way to promote bee and insect health, which also boosts the health of your garden and outdoor plants.

Quick Tip: Bee and Insect Houses | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Porch and Outdoor Lighting

We had to include a renovation-type post, and this one is small enough for anyone to try. Switch out light fixtures or add them; doing so will make a big impact outside your home this summer and throughout the year.

Photo by Eric Stengel Architecture, llcDiscover porch design ideas

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