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    great space, ditch the shitty furniture and make it all midcentury modern
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    I like most of it but that hideous green snake picture is nasty.
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    Yeah, I like this one too - also minus the snake picture. (How does that go with the rest of this stuff??)
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    i hate all of the freaking flowers on the furniture.
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    i love/want the folding screen in the bedroom.

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    great space, ditch the shitty furniture and make it all midcentury modern
    i agree. this house needs midcentury design.

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    i hate all of the freaking flowers on the furniture.
    me too.
    seems typical for elledécor, in every picture there's at least one vase with flowers or dead branches in it.

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    gorgeous house but it's wasted on these people - the interior is all wrong.
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    as soon as i saw the second pic, i knew it was an elle decor spread. all of the houses they pick have something about them that looks the same. they're all too polished-looking & upscale for me or something...kind of like hotel rooms or something. that being said, the exterior is killer. i'd love to gut the place and start over, keeping a select few basic pieces like the bookshelves and a couple accessories.
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    too many flowers, but the inside is cute. the outside is just "blah". it kind of looks like a trailer when you first glance at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ang View Post
    as soon as i saw the second pic, i knew it was an elle decor spread. all of the houses they pick have something about them that looks the same. they're all too polished-looking & upscale for me or something...kind of like hotel rooms or something. that being said, the exterior is killer. i'd love to gut the place and start over, keeping a select few basic pieces like the bookshelves and a couple accessories.
    About to post the same thing. Every Elle Decor looks the exact same. I kinda dig the idea of putting a framed print in front of a big bookcase.

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    ^^^
    i know people who have done that and it's impractical as hell though. you basically lose the shelf space behind the print, and you're always scared you're going to drop the print when you're looking for books on the shelf.
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