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    Default Loft conversion of a former bakery, London


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    nice....I'd live there if I could afford it
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    some of it reminds me of the movie Ghost.
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    i'd change the sofa, find a way to hide the television in the living room when it's not in use, and throw out the hideous nude painting in the bedroom but other than that, i want it!!

    eta: actually, on second though, i'd redo the bathroom too. the sinks are unnecessarily tiny and the tub looks uncomfortable.
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    I HATE the floor and it is too damn dark. But the space has GREAT potential and it would not take alot of changes to be perfection.

    *and those sinks are ridiculous. Gotta agree on that also. They look like small urinals or something. uck.
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    Yes-all that space and a scrunched up bath room! Redo.
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    i hate small sinks. there is nothing worse than washing your face at night and splashing water all over yourself because the damn sink's too small.
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    If they can afford to buy so much space in London they should be able to redo the whole thing - I really don't like tiles on the walls

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    I'm sure it's fabulous....I just can't get past the sleeping on a mattress bit.

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    I only like two things about this place - the amount of space and that fabulous kitchen.

    I shudder to think how much a place like this costs in London.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belt Up View Post
    I'm sure it's fabulous....I just can't get past the sleeping on a mattress bit.
    it's not a mattress, it's just a low bed, and the mattress kind of fits into the frame. mine is actually quite similar. i've never liked sleeping on high beds, and i hate american beds which have a big mattress with a box spring mattress underneath. i like a mattress, and a slatted bed base underneath (like the ones they sell at ikea), and a low bed.
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    i think you can have too much space and they have too much

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    That is a wonderful space. I'd do some of the decorating differently though.

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    Overall, very nice. Though I'd change a few things.

    Yea, nice space totally.

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    I'd make some minor changes, but for the most part it's done pretty well. Love that space!
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