It's not my style but it's quite lovely as a work/living space. At least it isn't sterile white. All that wood in the dining/meeting room would be horribly heavy without the light from those great windows.
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All the different patterns make me dizzy and nauseous.
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The dining room is cluttered with vases. That's a lotta woodwork. I like the big tub with the big shower head but I think I'd splash a lot of water onto the floor with no glass door or shower curtain. I don't like most of this.
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That's some really beautiful woodwork and stained glass. I want it but I'd keep it as free of clutter as possible, something that ornate and detailed can't have all that crap on it.
No to all of it except the Japanese panel over the bed.
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I like the chandelier, the Japanese panel, and the weird lamp. The rest is a bit too much. I like tile and wood and carved ornamentation, but this is way too much.
This house scares me, I'd feel like I was living in a monastery.
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Nope. I'll take the stained glass windows though.
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the house itself is amazing. i would keep it simple and clutter free as well. but while it's too much for me, they have some amazing stuff and i appreciate how quirky and idiosyncratic it is.
i love that white living room with the stained glass windows and the wrap around white sofa.
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Way too much clutter. There are so many books and magazines on that desk it's about to walk off. Is modern decor all about stacking up as much junk in every nook and cranny you can find these days? It sure seems like it to me.
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