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hom ACCENTS Guiding lights

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For every season there is a reason for a night-light cover.

Forget the plastic shells of yesterday. Now you can brave the dark with Superman or the Incredible Hulk guarding your light or you can find something a little more tranquil -- say a pretty teacup or angel, for instance. There is a decorative night-light for just about any taste these days. Maybe it's because the holiday madness is just starting or maybe this little item has simply emerged as the latest and hottest idea in home decorating. Whatever the case, it makes a great gift idea for just about anyone at any time of the year. Styles and themes range from the whimsical (Scooby Doo and Snoopy, too) to holiday designs (bubble lights and Santas), the inspirational, works of art (hand-painted and stained glass) and the romantic (beaded half shades). These little items are functional as well as something different.

A sampling of some night-lights available include the teacup ($9.95) and angel cover ($18), both from House of the Crafty Mouse. At Hunt Drug there's a snowman ($10) and a teapot and shell (both $12.50).

Photos by Elizabeth Nida

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homep For every season there is a reason for a night-light cover.

Forget the plastic shells of yesterday. Now you can brave the dark with Superman or the Incredible Hulk guarding your light or you can find something a little more tranquil -- say a pretty teacup or angel, for instance. There is a decorative night-light for just about any taste these days. Maybe it's because the holiday madness is just starting or maybe this little item has simply emerged as the latest and hottest idea in home decorating. Whatever the case, it makes a great gift idea for just about anyone at any time of the year. Styles and themes range from the whimsical (Scooby Doo and Snoopy, too) to holiday designs (bubble lights and Santas), the inspirational, works of art (hand-painted and stained glass) and the romantic (beaded half shades). These little items are functional as well as something different.

A sampling of some night-lights available include the teacup ($9.95) and angel cover ($18), both from House of the Crafty Mouse. At Hunt Drug there's a snowman ($10) and a teapot and shell (both $12.50).

Photos by Elizabeth Nida

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