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    i like the bedroom for the windows, the balcony and the view
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    I like this - the pillows, tables, the chairs (or hassocks) in the first photo, the linens.
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    I hate it when they say its bohemian chic when in reality they meant to say, "here's a house that belongs to people who can't afford real furniture so they pick up discarded items from the street to decorate their house."

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    i call this style rich hippie minimalism. it's not my personal style but i quite like it, probably because it reminds me of my best friend's house, which was also an old village house, although her parents were messier. but definitely the same vibe. and we practically lived at each other's houses and hers always felt so cozy and chill plus her dad always had hash in his bedside table drawer and he would pretend not to notice when we stole some.
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    I really like the coziness of this house, even though it's a bit too arts-and-crafty for my taste.
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