Last Sunday, November 6, you likely experienced the highly confusing concept of Daylight Saving Time. Though the extra hour of sleep you gained may have felt pretty good, you probably have no idea why DST is still relevant.
Well the truth is, neither do I. After scouring the internet for some answers, one thing remains clear, no one really knows why we still observe the time change.
One thing we do know for sure, however, is that the drop in temperature and the decrease in daylight hours means you’ll likely be spending more time indoors -- (and since you probably don’t like bumping into pointy furniture or trying to plug your iPhone charger into an outlet in the dark, you’re going to need some illumination.) Give us a call at 323-644-5590 to see if the items below are still available.
Tall Mid-century Pottery Lamp with Tribal Design
This tall mid-century pottery lamp features tribal designs on the base.
Large Brass 'Savannah' Chandelier
This large brass "Savannah" chandelier features a black lacquered detailing.
Mid-century Grape Chandelier
This mid-century grape chandelier is a marvelous amber color.
Large 1960s Tri-light Chandelier
This large 1960s tri-light chandelier was crafted from amber glass and features a three-way switch.