Gotta Get A Gourd

Robert Abbey 31" Taupe Ceramic and Brass Table LampRobert Abbey 22 3/4" Lt. Green Ceramic and Silver Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Lt. Pink Ceramic and Brass Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Light Blue Ceramic and Bronze Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Oxblood Red Ceramic and Brass Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Apple Green Ceramic and Bronze Table LampRobert Abbey 22 3/4" Egg Blue Ceramic and Silver Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Bone Ceramic and Silver Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Light Blue Ceramic and Silver Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Peacock Blue Ceramic and Bronze Table LampRobert Abbey 22 3/4" Yellow Ceramic and Silver Table LampRobert Abbey 22 3/4" Dark Brown Ceramic and Bronze LampRobert Abbey 31" Light Green Ceramic and Brass Table LampRobert Abbey 31" Cinnamon Brown Ceramic and Bronze LampRobert Abbey 22 3/4" Pink Ceramic and Bronze Table Lamp

A bright, colorful gourd lamp will update ANY room. Guaranteed. I find myself recommending them almost as often as I recommend changing a paint color.

(The lovely ladies above are all from HERE, around $150-$200 each)

Some other affordable ones....

Pb gourd 105 

a few from here , $105

West elm gourd lamp 

 two from here, $179

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 one from here, $119

And if you are near a TJ Maxx HomeGoods store you should swing by to check see if they have any gourd lamps. Nine times out of ten you'll find an inexpensive pair. I always do. Then I pace around TJ Maxx trying to decide if I should buy them or not, finally manage to awkwardly hold them while standing in a line, get irrationally annoyed after 5 minutes of waiting, put the lamps back, and walk out frustrated and empty handed. (P.S. This is how Hoyt shops ALL the time) Anyway, don't repeat after me us. If you see some good gourd lamps, think of me and wait patiently in line. 

And last but least $
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Target one, $25 


Get a gourd, 

Thank me later. 

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