Nicky Haslam Inspirations - OKA
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Nicky Haslam
Nicky Haslam

The Nicky Haslam for OKA collection is a combination of Nicky's eye and his wealth of experience in interior design, together with OKA's ability to create beautiful, hand-finished pieces of the highest quality. This has resulted in a unique and irresistible collection, and here Nicky shares some exclusive interior design tips and how best to use the collection's pieces together.

Drawing Room

"I have always adored rooms done mainly in one pattern: walls, slipcovers, cushions, the whole caboodle. It pulls a room seamlessly together, so painted furniture, crisp curtains and simple floor-coverings have an architectural presence, unifying the room and giving it height, light and space."

Dining Room

"At all costs avoid the boardroom feeling in a dining room. They should look pretty and inviting when not actually in use for eating. A bold but restrained wall-paper such as Ananas works for day and night, and pale furniture and essential storage create a light-hearted but purposeful atmosphere."


Sitting Room

"More intimate rooms, where relaxation is paramount, always seem bigger with over-scale furniture. The trick here is to make the eye register the foreground. Neutral (but not bland) walls silhouette the shape of the sofa with its 'apron' skirt, any severity relieved by playful cushions tasseled in silver."

"More intimate rooms, where relaxation is paramount, always seem bigger with over-scale furniture. The trick here is to make the eye register the foreground. Neutral (but not bland) walls silhouette the shape of the sofa with its 'apron' skirt, any severity relieved by playful cushions tasseled in silver."


Bedroom

"I love headboards that give instant drama and focus to a bedroom, then one can bring in gentler, restful colours and furnishings. Wall-paper borders placed vertically do wonders to heighten walls, particularly when echoed in curtain and bed fabric; tiered bedside tables comfortably carry the wherewithal needed for a good nights sleep."


Hallway

"I like to treat halls, large or small, as a prelude to the rooms that follow, and bring a touch of what's coming next into them with books and interestingly shaped lamps, flowers and of course dogs' paraphernalia. A gutsy, stone-coloured pedestal table, brings a hint of the outside into the room, and a couple of linear-line chairs, with squabs or not, are great for pulling off boots or dumping shopping."

"I like to treat halls, large or small, as a prelude to the rooms that follow, and bring a touch of what's coming next into them with books and interestingly shaped lamps, flowers and of course dogs' paraphernalia. A gutsy, stone-coloured pedestal table, brings a hint of the outside into the room, and a couple of linear-line chairs, with squabs or not, are great for pulling off boots or dumping shopping."