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    Default Renovated Edwardian Home in Melbourne

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    Love the house but it looks like they furnished it exclusively from the Ikea catalogue. Bland.
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    The kitchen and bathroom look like a prison cell. I like the room with the bookcase and windows.

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    where did "edwardian" go? Or am I confusing styles?

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    "Edwardian" isn't really an architectural style here, anything around that period would be called Federation (ie around or after 1901). This is typical of an existing late Victorian/Federation cottage being gutted at the back and a modern extension added.
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    you can tell it's been staged to death for the shoot and doesn't look lived in but overall i love a lot of it, especially the rooms in the older part of the house. the wall colour in the first picture is to die for and i love the mouldings and details of the place and the colours they've used - lots of blues and greys and natural wood. love the bedrooms and the kitchen is great too.
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