Press : THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE

13 April 2014

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING NICKY

Nicky Haslam in his living room. A faux marble panel surrounds a real marble fireplace, and an engraving of a Piranesi-style ruin is outlined in an irregular gilded frame whose shape echoes a Cocteau drawing. Resin falcons are painted white to mimic porcelain, and a pair of Warholesque portraits of the owner by the artist Skid Stewart hang over a daybed.

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