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Thread: An 1895 Queen Anne remodel

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    I actually quite like it.
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    Ew...HATE it!! Especially those restaurant kitchen looking sinks!

    Although, I do like the colour of the bedroom walls

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    Fresh! I love it.
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    I would die happily if I got to live in--never mind own--this house. Totally feels like a house I belong in. Though I agree about not liking the industrial-looking stainless steel in the kitchen. Definitely does not go with the restored style of the house.

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    love it! except for the stainless steel kitchen countertops. wouldn't want to live in collingswood, though.

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    I don't like it.

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    Our first house looked almost exactly like this, and I did like it. However, it takes a lot to make things look like these folks did.

    The only drawback to these sort of houses is the room size. Every room is entirely too small to suit any sort of purpose beyond a small families living space.

    I like some of the colors, but money being no object I would do things differently.
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    the rooms do look small. i'd have an urge to knock down walls if i lived in a house like this.
    i'm in the minority but i love the steel in the kitchen, i think it's a nice, unfussy and modern contrast with the style of the house.
    i'm not crazy about what they did with the fireplace and their living room decor kind of sucks (boring), and i hate the desk and chair in the office (though the drawing table and stool are very cool). i like the wall colours.
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    I do like it. I would have put upper cabinets in the kitchen for more storage and get rid of that stainless steel cafeteria shit in the kitchen.

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    Putting the kitchen aside, the house is pretty.

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    drab colours.

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    I like this one quite a bit--I like the colors.

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    The exterior shot looks like a it is a doll house come to life. I quite like it overall. But only for a couple or a small family with one child or so because of the size limitations. (at least from what I can see..it may be larger than it looks)
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    Don't like it--but there are a lot of these houses in small-town Texas that are MUCH prettier.

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