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    Default A Victorian London home

    This Victorian villa is located at Kingswood Avenue in London, United Kingdom






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    It was decent until it got to the bed linens - yikes! I've seen better at a yard sale.

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    love the downstairs, want it. hate the bedroom with the pink bed. the kids' rooms are cute.
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    seems dreary and sterile, I want the silver globe pendant lamp. The rest can go to hell.
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    The walls are too white, but overall it's really original and funky, even if it's not my personal taste. We don't see enough of originality anymore.
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    I rather like it for what it is. I really like the gray walls with white trim.
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    ^^^brits don't do monster appliances, cars or even homes! Think hobbits, the opposite of texas, lol. I think it's a good reno of what was probably a dark victorian; I especially love the kitchen - it looks like it may have some original touches...

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    White fucking floors..in a kitchen.. Are you fucking kidding me? HATE!

    Just looking at that kitchen makes me feel HOMICIDAL!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    seems dreary and sterile, I want the silver globe pendant lamp. The rest can go to hell.
    My thoughts exactly. Its so pristine i'd be scared to fart in it.
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    I like the kitchen and a couple of the lighting fixtures, but not much else.

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    I couldn't get past the kitchen. Ugh!

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    I can't get past that foul 1950s standard lamp in the sitting room.
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    Hate the kitchen. An entire wall of white subway tiles and white everything else. Reminds me of a hospital or a mental ward.

    I like the living area, nice fireplace. But I don't like the plastic-looking furniture. I swear I had a chair just like the white one for my late-70's Barbie's playhouse.


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    LOVE the beds and couches! The kitchen is great, minus the weird high chairs.
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