Accessories from Schoolhouse Electric

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April 10, 2012
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  The company sells a range of different furnishings, from beds to sofas to smaller pieces like these American-made leather pouffes, which come in three hues and work great as either an ottoman or coffee table.
    The company sells a range of different furnishings, from beds to sofas to smaller pieces like these American-made leather pouffes, which come in three hues and work great as either an ottoman or coffee table.
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  I love this trio of black glass mixing bowls, made in Ohio by the Mosser Glass Company.
    I love this trio of black glass mixing bowls, made in Ohio by the Mosser Glass Company.
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  The porcelain Ion lamp has a twisted fabric-covered cord and looks great topped with an Edison bulb. It also comes in an olive/black version.
    The porcelain Ion lamp has a twisted fabric-covered cord and looks great topped with an Edison bulb. It also comes in an olive/black version.
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  The already-lovely brass Higgins mirror is further improved with this decorative rope hanger.
    The already-lovely brass Higgins mirror is further improved with this decorative rope hanger.
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  This $39 extension cord comes in four color combinations and is too pretty to keep hidden.
    This $39 extension cord comes in four color combinations and is too pretty to keep hidden.
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  Hand-assembled in Schoolhouse Electric's Portland factory, this 17.5-inch wall clock is constructed with a spun steel case, domed glass lens, and steel dial.
    Hand-assembled in Schoolhouse Electric's Portland factory, this 17.5-inch wall clock is constructed with a spun steel case, domed glass lens, and steel dial.
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  The brass, walnut, and concrete Bryant lamp—shown here with a perforated metal shade—was one of my favorite discoveries on the site. I'd put this baby on my bedside table.
    The brass, walnut, and concrete Bryant lamp—shown here with a perforated metal shade—was one of my favorite discoveries on the site. I'd put this baby on my bedside table.
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  A woven Appalachian white ash basket is the ideal catchall for magazines, throw blankets, toys, and fire logs.
    A woven Appalachian white ash basket is the ideal catchall for magazines, throw blankets, toys, and fire logs.
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  I am smitten with these striped chambray-and-terrycloth towels from Japan. Want, want, want!
    I am smitten with these striped chambray-and-terrycloth towels from Japan. Want, want, want!
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  Another pick for the bathroom—these hand-carved soapstone bowls and trays from India are appealingly earthy and organic.
    Another pick for the bathroom—these hand-carved soapstone bowls and trays from India are appealingly earthy and organic.
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