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    It's confusing. And another variation on the death stairs theme.
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    I like it a lot but the kitchen looks dusty to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    No a habedashery is a shop that sells haberdashery - buttons, curtain hooks, and the like.

    I quite like it, I think... The jury is out.

    Not in America. **wanders off mumbling about weird British folks**


    Haberdashery is not a commonly used word, and where it is used may change the definition. In the UK, a modern haberdashery usually sells needed items like buttons, thread or ribbons. Occasionally an English haberdashery specializes in selling window draperies. In the US people use the term haberdashery to refer to men’s clothing stores, or men’s departments in stores that sell accessories like gloves, ties, watches and hats. This is more often called a men’s accessory department, and many in the US are unfamiliar with the term haberdashery.
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    Too much wood
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    I fucking love it. The death stairs don't seem so deathy since they aren't made of scary concrete.
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    Don't they have building regulations or, being French, do they just ignore them. You can break your neck just as easily falling off wooden stairs and there's no ballustrade on the upstairs balcony/mezzanine either. I don't like shabby chic anyway.
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    You can unshabby it with a shark vac then steam thingy, I'm cracked out on mine, best hard floor vac ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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