The Savannah College of Art and Design has a product development division called Working Class Studio that cultivates the talents of teachers and students, resulting in a whole line of home accessories that are sold at boutiques around the country. The items, ranging from stationery to plastic plates, are not expensive (the lampshades shown above are around $45) and look great. The line is available locally at Sprout Home, among other retailers, which are listed on the organization’s Web site.

—Gina Bazer

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The Savannah College of Art and Design has a product development division called Working Class Studio that cultivates the talents of teachers and students, resulting in a whole line of home accessories that are sold at boutiques around the country. The items, ranging from stationery to plastic plates, are not expensive (the lampshades shown above are around $45) and look great. The line is available locally at Sprout Home, among other retailers, which are listed on the organization’s Web site.

The Savannah College of Art and Design has a product development division called Working Class Studio that cultivates the talents of teachers and students, resulting in a whole line of home accessories that are sold at boutiques around the country. The items, ranging from stationery to plastic plates, are not expensive (the lampshades shown above are around $45) and look great. The line is available locally at Sprout Home, among other retailers, which are listed on the organization’s Web site.

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