Frank A. Parsons

...A house is but the normal expression of one's intellectual concept of fitness and his aesthetic ideal of what is beautiful.
Frank A. Parsons, Interior Decoration: Its Principles and Practice

The house is but the externalized man.
Frank A. Parsons, Interior Decoration: Its Principles and Practice

Beauty is the quality of harmonious relationships. A formula to produce it it does not exist.
Frank A. Parsons, Interior Decoration: Its Principles and Practice

The personal touch... is shown, or should be, in the smaller articles in the room, which by their choice and placement indicate the character of the occupant.
Frank A. Parsons, Interior Decoration, Its Principles and Practice

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