September is only the start of the long, sometimes dreary, fall and winter to come. Now is the time to invest in some spectacular lighting to brighten those shorter winter days. After all, we want our homes to be bright, cheerful, and welcoming during the cold and snowy holiday season. No matter how chilly and cheerless it is outside, plenty of great lighting will help keep it warm and inviting inside! Take time to play around with new lighting for your home this September; what better time to do it than when the kids are in school rather than underfoot?
Greet your guests with a hint of the charming rustic decor ahead with an outdoor sconce next to the front door. This beautiful sconce evokes the image of a pine cone crafted from hand-hammered metal in a warm and inviting copper finish. The Scavo glass shade casts a warm amber glow. It’s also available in a matte black finish with a milky white Scavo shade.
Continue the look inside with more lighting featuring pine cones – we have many designs to choose from. One option is this sconce featuring textured, frosty slumped glass surrounded by beautifully detailed pine sprigs and cones. Another option is the forest of pines surrounding the beautiful silver mica glass shade of this flush-mount light.
If you want to “branch” out into other types of trees, we offer lots of woodsy choices. If your home features a vaulted ceiling that can do it justice, this custom-crafted acorn and oak chandelier will make an elegant, but still rustic, statement. For the same rustic elegance in a small cabin or other home with more modest ceiling heights, an alabaster ceiling light may be the perfect touch in your choice of aspen, oak, or pine accents.
Don’t forget to add floor and table lamps to coordinate, too. We have a wide variety of options available that will provide just the right finishing touch to each room of your home. We even offer handcrafted lamp shades that feature leaves lovingly sandwiched between two sheets of handmade paper – the perfect way to complete the leafy theme with which you’ve lit up your home for the holidays.