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    Default Deco in London

    This sleek London apartment stretched out over two stories. Featuring a mix of classical and modern pieces and an updated, gigantic bathroom, this apartment certainly gives you room to move. With a large wooden-decked roof terrace for hosting after-dark parties, you'll never be at a loss for entertaining space.














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    Overall,I love it. Some of the furniture,not so much-but good effort! And no white fright.
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    Deco as in Art Deco? I don't see much evidence of it.
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    it looks like a cheap vampire novel threw up on the inside
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    ^ i agree, and a room for the princess. i can't imagine what sort of people would want to live there. it's a complete mess.

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    Take out the furniture,tone down the paint & it would be great,IMO.
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    oh hell no. it's too swirly and girly i hate that fucking red velvet couch and that tacky lamp and the paisley walls.
    the bones of the place are great, i love the fireplaces and the floors and i like the bathrooms and some of the antique furniture (which i think can look great mixed with modern) but on the whole, me no likey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    it looks like a cheap vampire novel threw up on the inside
    I thought whorehouse, but to each their own!

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    ^^ I agree, whorehouse is what came to mind, at least for the room with the red sofa. And the godawful bed.

    And I'm all for mixing styles, but the mixing is done with no skill at all. It looks like rooms from several houses got smooshed together under one roof. The whole thing makes me queasy.
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    And don't forget the overtly sexual red velvet papa-san chair.
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    I really like a couple of pieces of furniture - the sofa in the 2nd pic, the bed (the bed dressing is HORRIBLE tho!).
    The furniture seems too grand & big for some of the rooms (i.e. the rooms are small).
    I wonder if it was decorated for a Russian Oligacian's mistress...?
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    <---that's what i would do if i opened the front door to this place.
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    I think it is neat! It's filled with personality...over the top personality but it's better than all this modern shite that keeps getting posted. Every time I open these posts I feel like I'm looking at the exact same house posted over and over again.
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