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    Default A midcentury-modern home in Sonoma County


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    some cool pieces but overall it's way too fussy.
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    I'd have to rip everything out and replace it with half as much stuff. I'm not into minimalist style but I also hate anywhere that's like an obstacle course. I'd like to see a little more of the outside as well, but from what I can see it seems quite tranquil.
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    Love the bath tub.
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    Nice space.. too much wood. I'd toss out half his stuff, keep the nice pieces and modernize a bit.
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    The decorating feels squat, maybe it's the house, I've never been a big fan of the look of flat roofed houses.
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    Love it but too much stuff and things.

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    I'd take it if it included the guy and the puppy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
    I'd have to rip everything out and replace it with half as much stuff. I'm not into minimalist style but I also hate anywhere that's like an obstacle course. I'd like to see a little more of the outside as well, but from what I can see it seems quite tranquil.
    I have that same feeling. Too,too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookie View Post
    I'd take it if it included the guy and the puppy.
    Something tells me you'd be wasting your time.
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    blah, no! it's an elle decor, watered-down, shite version of mid-century modern. i hate that magazine so much! call me when they actually have a home that's truly modern, not this contemporary 90's crap.
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    Interiors looking like a spa are getting tiring. Love the view from the tub, but not a practical bathroom looking in. And Wtf is it with the Amoeba on the wall?

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    I like the dude.
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    Way too much hip earth-toned woodiness. Too many harsh corners and squares and rectangles.

    I don't like it.

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    I kinda of like it, especially this


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