Posts Tagged ‘lantern lighting’

Weekly Spotlight: Fall 2019 Lighting Under $100

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

Our Fall 2019 Lighting Sale is underway, so for this edition of Weekly Spotlight we’re featuring five new illuminating accents from our catalog. Since we are in our Fall season, we’ve selected two pieces of lighting that are specifically for harvest (and Halloween) decorating, but hey, if you want to decorate with them all year long – do your thing! Did we also mention that everything featured here is under $100?

Everyday

Sunflower Pillar Candle | $12.95 – 16.95

Available in three sizes, this USA-made miniature pillar candle is beautifully decorated with country sunflowers.

Sunflower Pillar Candle | USA | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Highland Lantern | $29.95

Lantern lighting is a beautiful way to add a primitive touch to any room. Plus, this lantern runs on batteries so you can place it nearly anywhere – no outlet required.

Highland Lantern | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Orange Squash Flower Accent Lamp | $59.95

This home accent is half lamp half sculpture; beautiful from the top of the glass to the metal leaf base.

Orange Squash Flower Accent Lamp | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Fall Days

Himalayan Salt Pumpkin Accent Light | $39.95

Natural Himalayan rock salt fill this metal pumpkin, which comes fitted with a light bulb controlled by a dimmer switch for the most charming seasonal ambiance.

Himalayan Salt Pumpkin Accent Light | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

Haunted House Glitter Globe Lantern | $69.95

Glitter makes the light inside this lantern shine even brighter, while the interior Halloween scene creates a spooky look in your home.

Haunted House Glitter Globe Lantern | Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

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Get the Look: Timeless Rustic Entryway

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Today’s inspiration comes from a beautifully rustic entryway that offers exceptional function and the down home comforts you might find at a multi-generational homestead. You can get a similar look by shopping our catalog and looking out for antique or flea market furniture that fits the style.

The William Farley House | Photo by Doug Towle | via Houzz

Photo by Doug Towle | via Houzz

The Drop Leaf Table in the room above (via Houzz) is gorgeously designed, so for a look that is both exquisite and rustic, our Harper Leaf Table fits the bill. For a larger footprint (and more tabletop functionality) our Square Drop Leaf Table offers just enough tabletop space while still fitting in a smaller room like this entryway.

Square Drop Leaf Table

Square Drop Leaf Table

Harper Leaf Table

Harper Leaf Table

While the table is the object in the center of our line of sight, the second home accent in this space that caught our eye was the Ladderback Chair.

Our Ladderbacks are handcrafted in North Carolina and we recently added an Arm Chair to the collection – just in time to create this beautiful entryway look!

Ladderback Arm Chair in Black

Ladderback Arm Chair in Black

Seeded Glass Hanging Lantern

Seeded Glass Hanging Lantern

Adorn yours with one of our 28 Braided Chair Pads (most in multiple colors and differing fiber content) to add a little more comfort to the chair and decorative appeal to the room.

Onion Lanterns are staples in historical farmhouses and rustic homes, and our Seeded Glass Hanging Lantern offers similar charm as the Lantern above.

Below the lantern is an Area Rug boasting rich colors and handwoven charm. Many of our Area Rugs have similar qualities, but perhaps best for this space is the Crimson Folk Art Family Rug. Its warmth is apparent even in a photo, and tells a tale of hard work, family values and natural beauty exemplified by rural life.

What is your favorite part of this entryway? Have you found the perfect pieces to make your home a rustic charmer? Share your inspiration and stories in a comment below, and if you’re interested in any of the Sturbridge Yankee Workshop home furnishings shown here, just click on their pictures.

Crimson Folk Art Family Rug Runner

Crimson Folk Art Family Floor Runner

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Lantern Lighting in Every Room

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Incorporating lamps, pendants, sconces, even night lights into your home goes beyond just satisfying your lighting needs. Style and design are also important to think about, especially if you want a complementing look to take you from room to room. One of our favorite styles, the lantern lamp, works best to differentiate your lighting in each room while maintaining a similar look and offering the perfect amount of lighting. Below, we identify the most appealing ways to decorate and illuminate your home with this type of lighting.

Cape Cod Summer Home
Photo by Violandi + Warner InteriorsBrowse beach style kitchen ideas

Perhaps the most classic kitchen lighting option, one lantern pendant (or multiple) over a kitchen counter, island or table offers the best overhead lighting for preparing meals, writing down a recipe or chatting with guests. Choose a finish that matches your cupboards, counters or one that makes a colorful statement.

In Atlanta Homes with Thomasville Furniture
Photo by Laura HardinDiscover traditional dining room design ideas

In place of a single chandelier, use lantern pendants in the dining room over your table. The rustic frame and glass panes complement both traditional and more formal rooms (and if they happen to match the lanterns from your kitchen, that’s an added bonus!).

Beach Cottage
Photo by Sykora Home DesignDiscover beach style bedroom design inspiration

This is a more primitive style lantern lamp than those above, but that’s exactly why it works in this simple, cottage-style bedroom. Its old-world feel resonates beautifully with the furniture and color palette, drawing the eye upwards to the raised ceiling and creating wonderful mood lighting in conjunction with the table lamps on each night stand.

Bath Escape Ideas
Photo by Kathryn Long, ASIDSearch traditional bathroom pictures

This space exudes rustic charm, but it also shows that lantern lamps are a practical choice for lighting around a focal point in a room, like a mirror in the bathroom or a mantel in the family room, and also serve as wall art whether they are in use or not.

Saratoga Residence
Photo by Rutt of Los AltosLook for traditional entryway design inspiration

What better sight to see upon walking into your home, or to welcome your guests with than an elegant lantern lamp? Place one in an entryway or front hallway for the ideal amount of accent lighting and embellishment (candelabra bulbs are a nice touch).

Horse Farm
Photo by Eric Stengel Architecture, llcDiscover farmhouse porch design ideas

Take your lantern lamps outside and accent your country porch or front stoop with antiqued charm and plenty of lighting. For both indoors and out, decorative or nostalgic bulbs give lantern lamps extra personality and enhance the long-standing comfort of your home.

Loma Lantern
Photo by DLG Lighting CoMore craftsman entryway photos

How do you illuminate your home with lantern lamps? Share your tips and tricks with us – and here’s one last look at what you can do with this primitive style lighting. The romantic feel sure is alluring, and we love the slim profile of each lantern – just be sure to use flameless candles for safety.

Elmbrae
Photo by Colin Cadle PhotographyBrowse shabby-chic style hallway photos

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