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I hope as much of the FLW-designed furniture will eventually be reproduced, although a new version of the table lamp would probably cost as much as the entire restoration these days. Maybe Barbra Streisand would donate the original, for which she paid a million dollars, to the house.
The room as photographed with only one piece of free-standing furniture---Niedecken's winged sofa---is grand. And the stone-colored upholstery of that seat, matching (in this shot) the trim of the brick fireplace, seems most satisfactory.
C F A Voysey, 1907
G M Niedecken, 1909-10