Me too. It's almost an obsession with me.
For most holidays I don't get over-the-top nutty. But fall and Christmas are different. And I'm all in on getting my place glammed up.
I want my house to look and smell like the season. This is where Desert Steel always has my back....which will be wearing a har-vest mind you!
I am totally oakay and so will you be when you win either the pine cone or big gourd luminary from Desert Steel.
Desert Steel understands how to create decor that is classy, sturdy and usable. No tackiness in sight!
The perfect marriage of innovative design and workability.
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The hope is that if you're staring at a stunning luminary from Desert Steel the toys scattered about the house might escape your notice.
True conversation pieces.
Anything that draws the eye away from the clutter and mess to something beautiful.
Desert Steel gets it done.
Both these pieces are exquisitely made. Handmade by craftsman in Kansas from sheets of steel.
Local artisans who take their job seriously. Well...as seriously as one can take making metal gourd art.
And so many uses. Who doesn't want added light about the house for increased warmth and ambiance?
How about the entrance to your home? The foyer? The front porch? On your ottoman or outside on your outdoor dining table?
Pine cones for the ages...
And while this luminary is going to stun all who see it in December, it's not strictly just a "seasonal piece" either.
Pine cones can be displayed year-round.
Who could ever tire of fresh pine scent? Not I. Not you. And surely not any guests to frequent your dwelling.
So after your Christmas decor gets packed away in early January, you still get months of enjoyment from this lovely pine cone luminary from the illustrious Desert Steel.
Rave on, folks!
And very realistic and authentic looking. I love all the detail invested in this piece; those leaves that climb the elegant core. So pretty!
This pine cone luminary will light up your living room and your life!
Can I eat gourds?
Can I eat gourds? And isn't this a butternut squash not a gourd? I was kind of thinking the same thing.
In my experience, gourds have those rigid exteriors and don't have a ton of "fleshy insides" you can eat.
Because gourds are not really cultivated for consumption and exist more for decorative purposes.
Most squash are cultivated to eat. And eat them we do! Especially butternut.
So a gourd in essence is an "inedible squash." But this piece sure looks like a butternut squash and we eat those in abundance. Even the color is more antique white resembling a butternut squash.
Either way...it's adorable and looks fabulous next to some of the more orange-y Desert Steel pumpkins on my front porch.
But maybe this steel piece is more of a gourd because you certainly wouldn't eat it, heh.
And there's simply no time to discuss whether we eat pumpkins or not! But I wouldn't dream of not roasting the seeds, that's for sure! I could snack on those all day.
- Powder coated steel
- Rust proof
- 3.75" opening for candle/light (not included)
- Works best with flameless or 3"W pillar candle
- UV/fade resistant
- Rust proof
- Indoor or outdoor use
- Large 6” opening for candle/light (not included)
- Works best with flameless or 3-wick jar candle
Final fiery thoughts
And after just one or two seasons, all of that "stuff" got purged, either donated or thrown out.
What a waste.
As I get....ahem...older and wiser I'm learning that I'd rather own less goods of a higher quality. I want many years of usage out of my beloved decor.
Unique pieces that I'll get enjoyment from for the long haul. Home accents to perk up my indoor and outdoor spaces.
And this is where Desert Steel fits the bill.
Rust-proof metal art that is displayed year after year.
When you purchase from Desert Steel and that box arrives on your doorstop, you will not be disappointed. In fact, many times their products have completely exceeded my expectations.
How often does that happen in life?
So here's the green light to buy something spectacular from our friends at Desert Steel today!