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    Default A five-bedroom home in Cambridge, England









    The interior of the summer house has been decorated as a sitting area and pool changing room





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    So cute!! I wish it had more plants outside, though.
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    I love the exterior - interesting English architecture. The inside certainly has potential but most of that decor is awful.

    I cannot dream what a house of that size with that amount of property costs in Britain. Space really seems to be at a premium on that overcrowded island.

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    I really hate the funeral parlour drapes.

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    Love it. There's color, and it's homey with comfortable furniture.

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    Hideous. It's like an old lady died and they deocrated the house with her left over clothes. Typical british hideousness.

    The kitchen is alright.
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    ..except for the runway landing lights on the ceiling.

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    those are halogen spots, those are perfectly fine
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    They bug me.

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    just because they aren't directing things into your vag, dear.

    *ducks and runs*
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    You're really stretching there sunshine.

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    i love the kitchen, i have always wanted to live in England.
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    Love the bedroom - well, of course, the whole house is lovely.

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    Sorry to be among the dissenters, but I truly dislike this decor. I find it completely generic. To me this is, at best, a totally bland suburban house with the furniture placement all out of whack. I couldn't even figure out why anyone would want to photograph it. And that lovely gravel front yard? Yikes.

    They're like "before" pictures. I'd like to see the "after."
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    the house has potential but the decor sucks ass.
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