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    Default Renovated Victorian Home in Melbourne

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    So much white....don't like it.

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    Gah! I'm snowblind!

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    it's nothing special but it's cute. minus the plywood bookcase.
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    I like the house itself (I'm a big fan of white) but the furniture is ordinary-to-ugly.
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    the outside is cute but the inside is too white, too blah

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    Agree, way too white! Paint a wall or something!

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    Parts look unfinished and very IKEA. Not what I expect in a renovated Victorian. In the eastern US, Victorian houses are large with lots of wood details, interesting architectural details, I assumed this was true al over. I get that this is a Reno..but I expected more Victorian touches.

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