I really, really like this sunburst mirror hanging just inside Sharon's condo. Unlike so many other sun-/star-burst mirror, I like that all the tines are a uniform length. It appeals to the classicist in me. The small metal studs on the interior band are a lovely, simple, ornamental touch.
So this is the mirror:
It's made by Grace Fayock for the company Uttermost. The mirror's called "Sedona." It's 42"x42" and weighs just over 40 Lbs. Dang. Hand-forged metal, silver-leafed and antiqued. You can find it fairly easily online at a variety of home decor shops. Prices seem to vary from upper $300s to low $400s.
from 2x18: return to sender pt.1
Now, that damn coat-rack has been a tremendous pain to locate. Still haven't found it. I feel I need a little more detail--though frankly, I've been a little bored with it and every time I do a search, I find so many other cool coat-racks and get distracted.
That cool little (glass? ceramic?) dish on the oval accent table looks like that busy Missoni pattern that's so popular. Man, if there's one thing I dislike--it's tons of tiny, colorful stripes. I'm in the minority here--and as much as I like patterns, I just don't like super skinny, stacked colored lines. And I can't be at all sure it's an actual Missoni piece--it just looks like it.
No clue about that odd wooden? ceramic? small faceted table sculpture? bud vase? box? on the oval table. Haven't put any effort into tracking it down, so stay tuned.