"Galbraith and Paul printed linens have such texture and dimension, and they're so spirited. Flower Power is reminiscent of 1960s and '70s patterns. I would use it as an exclamation point in a casual room. Pizzelle would be great on an ottoman, and Bird Silhouette is nice for pillows or curtains." —Brett Beldock, interior designer
To the trade. .
"The Nessen Swing Arm wall lamp, which was designed in 1927, is simple, elegant, and classic, with a nice knuckle hinge and a three-way switch. I've been ordering it in various finishes since 1978." —Jamie Drake, interior designer
NW911, from $505. .
"I love Rowe's Celine ottoman: you can dress it up, you can dress it down. This piece proves that 'chic' and 'comfortable' are not mutually exclusive." -Elaine Griffin, interior designer
Celine Ottoman in Natalia, $620. .
"I've used Cedric Hartman's AE side table for almost 30 years. This top is Pavonazzetto marble; the tripod base is polished bronze. Its sculptural, elegant form holds its place in a room without ever taking over." —Vicente Wolf, interior designer
AE Small Table, to the trade. .
"Wendell Castle's Sizzle tables mix art and function. They can be casual or formal: I've used them in a beach house and in a Park Avenue living room." —Matthew Patrick Smyth, interior designer
2 Pod Sizzle Table, to the trade. .
"I put Pendleton's striped blankets on all-white beds in guest rooms — they give just the right pop of color." —Christopher Coleman, interior designer
Glacier National Park Blanket, from $178, by Pendleton Woolen Mills. .
"Richard Schultz's 1966 collection of outdoor furniture is surprisingly comfortable. It withstands the elements, and it works in both traditional and modern settings." -Richard Mishaan, interior designer
Contour Chaise Lounge, $2,857. .