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    A San Francisco home known for its appearances on the sitcom "Full House" becomes a child-friendly haven of high art and chic antiques













    Home Decor: As Seen on TV, The "Full House" Gets a Chic Makeover

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    It's nice to look at but I wouldn't want to live there.
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    seems very bland
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    Interviewer: What's your favourite colour?
    Homeowner: Bright beige.

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    a child-friendly haven of high art and chic antiques
    I don't see any evidence of children at all. These people are serious bookworms.
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    *Honk-shu.*

    I have a stack of Architectural Digests from the 1980s, and this would blend right in.
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    entirely too fussy and pretentious with the antique pieces overly selected.
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    It took me several minutes to figure out that the Granny's Duck Collection bedroom is for a child. Poor kid!
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    I like the library (but I always like the libraries) but that is just way too many ducks.

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    that painting in the second picture looks like a radiator.

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    All the neutral colors have got to go.

    Love the ceiling & crown molding here:


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    the house is great - i love the moldings and the fireplaces. but the decor is fussy and stuffy. no.
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    that painting in the second picture looks like a radiator.
    it looks like a ross bleckner.
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    Awesome space. I love old SF homes.

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    I think it's beautiful. I don't think it's bland or neutral at all. Just tasteful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atrayubrandy View Post
    Just tasteful.
    Even the ducks in the little boy's bedroom?
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