The holidays have come and gone. No more presents, no more cookies, no more twinkly lights — just an endless abyss of winter ahead. No story captures the magic of the never-ending cold months quite like The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, where after all, it’s been winter for a hundred years. The book held me spellbound as an elementary schooler, but I hadn’t revisited it since my school bus days. Unsurprisingly, the magic still holds. — Amy Merrick
1. Turkish Delight, $12; 2. Antique Leather Bag, $895; 3. Glass Icicles, $8; 4. Clear Tronchi Chandelier, $8800; 5. Glass Ornaments, $6; 6. Fireside Wingback, $3000; 7. Vintage Oushak Rug, $1195; 8. Antique Armoire, $7950; 9. Faux Fur Coat, $400
The second roundup and set of stills continue after the jump . . .
A perfect blend of grown-up English countryside and little-girl kooky animal houses, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe scratches all my stylistic itches. A stately manor, a beaver dam — I’d be happy in either. As long as there are fur coats and fistfuls of Turkish delight.
1. Wine Barrel Chandelier, $1598; 2. White Teapot, $22; 3. Woodland Wall Clock, $148; 4. Olive Suspenders, $9; 5. Fair Isle Socks, $30; 6. Red Striped Tablecloth, $98; 7. Beeswax Bottle Set, $108; 8. Beaver Sculpture by Georgia Gerber; 9. Round Pedestal Table, $2700; 10. Silver Horn Cups, $26