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Monday Must-Haves: Winter [Clearance] Decor

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Flocked Berry & Leaf Bunch | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopMini Bottle Brush Trees | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopWell, it’s officially the last day of winter. Tomorrow begins a new season and hopefully the spring snowstorm that’s expected later this week takes that into consideration. We’ll see.

Before focusing future blog posts on this new season, we are featuring five must-have home accents that will complement your winter decor next year. They all happen to be in our clearance section, so shop quickly to take advantage of their special pricing.

Mini Bottle Brush Trees |
Flocked Berry & Leaf Bunch

These home accents are beautiful when displayed around the holidays, but their flocked details make them perfect for decorating with all winter long. The trees are ideal in centerpieces and tabletop arrangements, offering greenery to collectibles and similarly rustic decor. The red berries offer a rich color in any flower arrangement or vase, and make any room sparkle with winter charm.

All is Calm | At Twilight |
Snowballs for Sale

All Is Calm Sign | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

All three pieces of wall art are made here in the USA, and each offer something different for your home. The first makes a perfect shelf sitter, on a mantel, table or bookcase, and like the home accents above, works well with both holiday and winter accessories.

At Twilight is done by artist Loren Blackburn, and transports you to a snowy street of day’s past, giving any room nostalgic warmth. Finally, the snowman and red bird advertising snowballs for sale creates a fun look during the winter season, and is a piece of rustic wall art that holds timeless charm.

At Twilight Print | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopSnowballs For Sale Print | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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Monday Must-Haves: Halloween in the USA

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Fall Memories Tile & EaselWe hope you’re continuing to enjoy our Holiday 2015 Catalog – both in print and online. For this week’s Must Haves, we’re featuring new signs and art that speak to the season, and they are all made in the USA. These make the perfect accents to your spooky décor and charming home design; happy decorating!

Pat Isaac

Halloween House Wall Hanging

The Fall Memories Tile and Easel is perfect for a small table, bookshelf or mantel in any room. Artist Pat Isaac designed the charismatic imagery and varying fonts to add a fun look to the traditional materials, giving you a unique and eye-catching accent for decorating year after year.

Black Hat Society Sign Blocks

Another Pat Isaac Must-Have complements the imagery on the tile and is part of a collectible series of wall hanging (or shelf-sitting) houses. This one incorporates charming Halloween and fall details into the design for a versatile seasonal accent to display in your own home.

Pat Hutter

Artist Pat Hutter created the Black Hat Society Sign Blocks, a unique trifecta to express Halloween spirit in an entryway, reading nook, or anywhere in your home. Vivid orange and complementary black provide the background for the Halloween-inspired text and traditional pointed witch hat; a traditionally created accent with a distinctive design.

All About the Shoes Sign

A second made in the USA Pat Hutter design is seen in this green sign, featuring classic witch shoes complemented by an asymmetrical wire hanger and black bow. Hang on a doorknob or lean against a bookshelf for an amiable, eye-catching look.

Yes, I Can Drive a Stick SignWonderful Whimsy

Last but certainly not least, this witchy saying brings a lighter feel to Halloween decorations and accents while complementing those accents with its black and white façade. Add a little whimsy to your seasonal décor as well as country charm to your home with this rustic pine sign (and our four other Must-Haves!).

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