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Monday Must-Haves: Lighting

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Bronze Desk Lamp with Outlet

Bronze Spindle Metal Lamps - Set of 3

The fall season has started here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop, and to avoid wishing summer away, this week’s Must-Have list focuses on timeless home accents that you will use year round. When the September Equinox does come around and the sun starts appearing for shorter amounts of time during the day, you’ll be prepared with these functional and stylish lighting options – all of which are on sale.

Ultimate Function

Besides its obvious function of illuminating your workspace, this lamp provides further use with a built-in outlet on the base. Now you can charge your cell phone, laptop and other electronics while you work, and without overcrowding your wall outlet. The dark bronze finish will complement your office décor, and has three adjustment points for focusing the light right where you need it.

Capiz Rooster Night Light

Three are Better Than One

For matching lighting in your bedroom or a family room, we are excited to offer you this set of two table lamps and a floor lamp. With an eye-catching spindle design, woven shade and a complementary black metal base, each lamp makes a statement anywhere in your home, and creates a consistent and stylish look throughout.

Mason Jar PendantStylish Illumination

This isn’t an ordinary night light, but that’s exactly why it’s a must-have. The beautiful colors of the rooster make a lively and classic statement anywhere in your home, and you will enjoy the light shining through an authentic capiz shell insert. The combination of metal and shell create an interesting accent piece that will look just as good during the day as it does at nighttime.

Antiqued Cage Pendant

The Mason Jar is a favorite piece of country décor because of its simplicity and versatility. This Ceiling Pendant exemplifies these characteristics, as it can be used in multiples over a kitchen counter, individually in an entryway, or in a charming bathroom (as well as in any other room in your home!). The fabric cord gives it antiqued appeal, and the glass shade with the classic Mason Jar imprint complements other Mason Jar décor and lighting.

Industrial style and country charm come together in this caged pendant. Antiqued for primitive appeal, this pendant is just the right size for hanging above a breakfast nook, a small kitchen counter or in the entryway of your home. It complements other caged lighting, and you can add more style by using a decorative bulb or our Nostalgic Bulb.

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Thursday’s Theme: Office and Study Space Decor

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

This week’s Thursday’s Theme is dedicated to minimalist decor. More specifically, decorating in a small study within your home or in your office at work. These places may not be high on your decorating priority list, but it does not take much to add comfort and personality to these spaces.

Tissue BoxTissuesBulletin Board
Yes, tissues. A tissue box is easy to find at a drug store or supermarket, and are almost always available in colorful, decorative varieties. Choose one based on the season, your favorite color, or your favorite print and voila! An instant decoration that is also functional.

Bulletin Board
You may have one already, but a bulletin board in your office space can be more than just a place for posting notices and to-do lists; use it for design purposes and expression! Do you have a quirky e-card or quote you love reading? Print it out in color and hang it up to give yourself inspiration for your own home decor. A bulletin board works great with a dry-erase board (remember those from last week?), especially if you already use the dry-erase board for a calendar and scheduling; use the bulletin board for posting your creative and design idea to-do’s.

Oceania Mini LampDesk LampCoasters
This one is a little more obvious. But, instead of opting for a standard, plain desk lamp, invest in one that you’ll actually like looking at on your desk, and one that will perhaps invite conversation from guests or coworkers. 

Homemade Coasters
This takes a little more time to create, but DIY coasters are perfect functional and decorative pieces for a desk or table in your office (and they make great gifts for office parties). All it takes are a few store bought items, some of your favorite photos, and a great tutorial like this one to create an ornament that will keep your office surfaces clean!

How do you decorate your office, either at home or at work? We’d love to hear and share your ideas for personal, inspirational, and functional decor.

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