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Weekly Spotlight: Five New Lamps for the Annual Lighting Sale

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

There are only three more weeks left of our Annual Lighting Sale, so for this week’s spotlight we are highlighting five of our newest lighting selections that are also part of the Sale. You can find more sizes and styles of lighting in our catalog and on our website, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for future updates about our current selection.

Our Watering Can Table Lamp and Milk House Lantern Lamp are two new lighting solutions designed in the primitive style. The former features a textured watering can base topped with a burlap shade; this combination is timeless and will add charm as well as light to the rooms of your home.

The latter is inspired by primitive milk house lanterns that were used on farms. This one is electric to fit your modern lifestyle, but its textured brown finish, glass panels and mirrored backing add an antiqued look to any space.

Watering Can Table Lamp | Annual Fall Lighting Sale | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopMilk House Lantern | Annual Fall Lighting Sale | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopBramhall Table Lamp | Annual Fall Lighting Sale | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Also inspired by vintage design is our Bramhall Table Lamp (also available as a Floor Lamp). The beautifully constructed base offers elegance, and is nicely complemented with an open chicken wire-like shade. The burlap trim enhances the industrial look of this lamp, which includes a decorative Edison bulb.

Black Atom Table Lamp | Annual Fall Lighting Sale | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopRosemont Floor Lamp | Annual Fall Lighting Sale | Sturbridge Yankee WorkshopThe Black Atom Table Lamp also includes an Edison bulb, which can be seen through the atom-like design. This lamp is truly a work of art, and will stand on its own as a decorative home accent when you’re not using it to light up a room.

The Rosemont Floor Lamp also has decorative properties with its slender frame and a one-of-a-kind bubble glass shade. That’s right, each shade is uniquely made for each lamp, and can be raised or lowered with the extended arm to direct light where you need it.

See all of our lighting solutions here, and stay tuned as we wrap up fall and start thinking about harvest and holiday!

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Weekly Spotlight: Shop Our Fall Cover (1)

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

We are officially in the second week of our Fall catalog, and if you haven’t already received a catalog in the mail, click here to request one or view the catalog online. Take a look below at five items gracing the cover and visit our website for information on our Annual Lighting Sale, going on now.

Stafford Chair & Ottoman

Sturbridge Yankee Workshop Fall 2017 Catalog I

A Made in the USA customer favorite, our Stafford Chair (& Ottoman) is featured in pine green upholstery, which complements a variety of colors, styles and home accents. Not to mention it’s one of the most comfortable seating options in our collection.

Dachshund Autumn
Hooked Wool Pillow

One of our newest, and most adorable, hooked wool pillows is perfect for fall and was designed by Artist Dianna Swartz.*

Fall Leaves Pillar Candles

Beautifully crafted, our Fall Leaves Pillar Candles (available in two sizes) bring warmth and decoration to your home this fall. Fabric leaves are preserved in the waxy exterior giving these candles a handcrafted, authentic look.

Autumn Leaves
Glass Accent Lamp

Back for another year, this charming glass accent lamp features decoupage leaves on golden crackled glass for a true fall masterpiece.

Lancaster Side Table

This black Lancaster Side Table features curved legs and an extra shelf for storing belongings next to a chair, sofa or bed. Made in the USA, this accent table is also available in a red painted finish.

*On pg. 54 we regretfully attribute this pillow to artist Mary Lake Thompson, who designed the Black Lab Autumn Hooked Wool Pillow. Our deepest apologies to Dianna Swartz and our customers.

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