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    ya know, not bad. varied enough to not be boring.. the kitchen could use some zork though.
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    I like the wood, the deck and the pool. That's it.

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    I agree about the kitchen--for me, it's the bar that really doesn't work. Too blank and empty.

    I love the fireplace with the built-in seating. Great windows.

    Awful smog.
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    I love almost everything about this place. Not crazy about the wood walls though.
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    no. the ceiling is a nightmare. that dining table clashes with the floor. couldn't be more obvious. kitchen is boring as hell. bedroom looks like a storage room. the tiles in the bathroom are ugly. and the wood paneling is a huge no. and the nelson saucer bubble lamp together with the arco lamp knock-off... just no. not a good idea. the deck is nice, though.

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    i love it! i would get rid of that big leather sectional & inject more color into the whole place via art & furntiure, but overall i really dig it. they even have a svan high chair, which is totally on my wish list for baby.
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    i really like parts of it. and on the whole it's a really nice space.
    i love the grey sofa, i really like the dining table and chairs - i don't mind that it clashes with the floors.
    but i'm not crazy about the bar chairs, and i don't like the colour wood of the kitchen cabinets, the ceiling beams or the panelling or cupboards in the living room.
    i do love the darker panelling in the other room, though i agree the leather sectional has to go. and while i love the eames armchair and ottoman, i'm not crazy about it in white.
    the bedroom is pretty meh. not crazy about that beige wall and the bed itself is also boring/verging on ugly.
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    I like the permanent features(not necessarily furnishings). Great deck. Nice landscaping. I like the ceilings, and the interior spaces. Some changes here and there, but overall I like alot, if not most, of the interior decorating. Do not like the barchairs. I do not understand the ceiling hate.
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    Ugly, ugly office type chairs yet again.

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    too much wood for me...in all the wrong places.
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    I like the ceilings a lot. I hate the cheesy looking barstools and kitchen chairs - too K-Martish looking. I'll take the deck, but I agree with Shinola about the smog - I'm now sitting on my beautiful deck and looking at what?? (I'd also do something about the deck furniture, turn it into an outdoor room.)

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    I love the kitchen table and the deck.
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