No. 1 From Tara Shaw Maison, the Swedish Corner Cabinet - ample storage in a beautiful form and finish.
No. 2 The Cannes lamp by Lisa Luby Ryan for Arteriors - a slender baluster lamp with a contemporary glass finial.
No. 3 Elizabeth Eakins' Hagga rugs - serene patterns in versatile neutral colors.
No. 4 Until reading this post by my friend Loi Thai, I had never really given much thought to antique weathervanes as decorative art. I am now fixated on the banner form such as this example from Tone on Tone.
No. 5 The Lydia chair from Verellen - a fresh take on the wing-back, updated with modern legs and nailhead trim, that would be perfect fireside.
Elizabeth Hamilton, beautiful hand-screened linens in great patterns and gorgeous colorways.
No. 7 From Quatrefoil Design - a collection of framed intaglios - I will never tire of neoclassical imagery and 'grand tour' souvenirs.
No. 8 Ok, I realize it looks a little like it might have emerged from the Krypton of 1978's Superman, but I saw this fixture in Charles Spada's Boston showroom last week and it is honestly pretty cool.
No. 10 From friend and fellow blogger Carolyn Bradford's shop, Mulberry Heights Antiques, a Sonya Shin Edwards original oil painting. I respond to art on which I can impose my own imagination, so although I don't know where this was painted, it puts me in mind of a Scandinavian fishing village.