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    Default Mid-Century modern home


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    they need art on the walls and the bedroom is boring (though i do like the metal cabinets as night tables, but they need a better bed and to get rid of that godawful wallpaper).
    the rest of the place is fantastic.
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    Whats with the chairs? They all suck. But the articoke's look good.

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    lol the chairs are what i love most about this place.
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    Sorry, the chairs look cheap to me. Too, Ikea or something. Cannot put my finger on it!

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    Why are books all of a sudden decorative objects?

    And might I add, why is it in these kinds of shots we get close ups of cups and artichokes? As if this is a permanent stylistic twist in the room. Very annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    Sorry, the chairs look cheap to me. Too, Ikea or something. Cannot put my finger on it!
    That is what I was thinking,too!
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    i loooove it!!!!!
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    hey ang! how are you doing? how's the beh beh?
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    they have some amazing pieces, but they need something over that TV.. some art
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    hiya sput! i'm good & so is the baby. all he wants to do is eat! and then poop. and then eat. and poop. repeat ad nauseum. it took my husband & i 4 hours to get out of the house to the grocery store yesterday.

    he is sleeping at night pretty well, though...a stretch of 4 about hours & then another stretch of about 3 more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by collateral damage View Post
    Why are books all of a sudden decorative objects?
    they're bifunctional. you can read them but you can also use them as decorative objects.

    Quote Originally Posted by collateral damage View Post
    And might I add, why is it in these kinds of shots we get close ups of cups and artichokes? As if this is a permanent stylistic twist in the room. Very annoying.
    sorry - i don't have the time or energy to edit them in photoshop. i think that falls under 'artistic interpretation' of the space.

    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    But the articoke's look good.

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    I like it, that bathroom is cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    Sorry, the chairs look cheap to me. Too, Ikea or something. Cannot put my finger on it!
    Exactly what I was thinking!
    Not a fan, very blah to me
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    Not feeling this one at all.

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