overall, i love it. though i would change some of the artwork (especially in the second picture) and get rid of the two red chairs in the living room.
i'm assuming it's some kind of living and work space but still, i would get rid of the conference room with the glass table and blue chairs.
but i absolutely love the feel of the place, and i want the tiled fireplace and the chairs right in front of it.
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I like the whole feel of it-very Paris.
I didn't start out to collect diamonds, but somehow they just kept piling up.-Mae West
^I kinda like the feel of it too, yet it's so not my style. Cannot dig the interesting artwork over the fireplace, but whatever.
Not my bag, but not horrifying either.
seems pretty busy looking, too cluttered for my liking
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It's potentially gorgeous. BUT they need bigtime help arranging things. All the matched pairs are killing the decor: two round wall CD holders; two leather chairs; two bookcases flanking the fireplace; two black-and-white photos in the dining room; two red chairs; two matching tables with sawhorse-shaped legs, with two matching photos above. No, no--that's not the way to do it.
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nice space but 2 many pieces of ugly 70s "retro" furniture which i loathe
The work above the door is really pretty.
"A true whore just loves her life." - Sluce
Not a fan of it. And do something with that bathroom-looks like a 'before' pic of a renovation in there. dark too.
Don't slap me, cause I'm not in the mood!
Am I the only one noticing that there is a picture of the KKK for art work?
^ i knew someone would ask that. but it's not the kkk that is pictured there. it's a photo taken during the holy week celebrations in spain.
more on this (explanation on the kkk resemblance + photos):
Capirote - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Holy Week in Seville - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cuenca Spain Holy Week Procession of Silence - Wednesday - a set on Flickr
^ I was wondering what that was about.
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