1600-1620 English Coif with forehead cloth at the Glasgow Museums, Glasgow - From the curators' comments: "It was customary for married women in the seventeenth century to cover their head. Coifs, a form of cap, such as this example, were worn informally at home. The accompanying forehead cloth is a rare survivor. These were often added when women were ill."
When composing a layout, don't be afraid to design around an existing wall feature; our grid is arranged around a sconce. The overall effect is attention-grabbing and a surefire way to brighten a room. Where to Find These precut mats with 8-by-10-inch openings come in 30 colors and cost $19 for eight. Mats, worldviewpic.com; frames, potterybarn.com.
Tea-set Chandelier - Ceramics by Mary Rose Young, England - The central wiring is all covered up under a magnificent ceramic teapot, while the bulb holders are 6 cups & saucers. The metal frame is cloaked with hand made multi coloured ceramic beads.
Stunning glass bowl my mom made. It's acid-dipped, which creates a much different texture and sheen than most glass pieces that I totally love. That plus the thickness make the overall piece feel solid despite the fragile material.