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Over the years visiting the Wright Chat site I have enjoyed many incredible early photos of Wright properties and or renderings.
Since FLW was very much a part of the "fabric" of the home and creating for the client a comfortable individual oasis with the inclusion of accessories to accent.... Did FLW every instruct the clients how they should decorate or spruce up the homes for the hoildays? With furniture being placed in exact locations I was wondering if there is mention of incorporating the Christmas tree, chestnuts, garlands or wreaths, exterior lights, etc? Also did it evolve with the change in house styles, inventions and time?
D. Shawn Beckwith
The Durable Restoration Company
Pjt mgr the Burton J. Westcott House
PS: Merry Christmas to everyone, Flourish and Prosper in 2010