- FRAMES AND PICTURES “I frame anything that appeals- postcards, letters, maps. ” Haslam also buys inexpensive engravings and ” frame them up ‘grand’ in rubbed gilt.”
- GROUPS OF OBJECTS “I realize that I have a lot of things in vaguely one color, or theme, and they look happier together in a group. Vary height and proportion for maximum visual impact. I like possessions that smile back at me.”
- TEXTURE Haslam will layer a flokati rug over a hair-cord carpet. “They are cheap,” he points out.
- FINAL TOUCHES “Cushions, tablescloths, curtains, and tie-backs that look deliberately ‘wrong’ or oversize give an instant jolt of character.”
( House & Garden, Special Edition, 2016)
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