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Depressing.  You know this brings to mind all of those million dollar mansions shown on the Bravo show, "Million Dollar LA".  

 

These houses are like 10, 20 million dollars.  I think they all look so cold and depressing.

 

I guess everyone likes different things.

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It's neither for me.  Not that I like a matchy matchy decorating style but I absolutely can't stand an eclectic room  in a home.  

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Sorry, I don't care for the ship's boom over my head, it reminds me of that expression, "lower the boom."  And although the table is nice, I'd worry about splinters (hahaha). Not wild about the chairs either.

 

 

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I like it!

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The table and centerpiece is kind of neat. Don't care the chairs.
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@mousiegirl, exactly,  LM

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Re: Cozy or Depressing?

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Reminds me of a morgue. Just clear off that table, take away the chairs and put a stiff on it.

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The natural wood table saves it from being too industrial.

 

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I really like it.You could warm it by adding different touches for the changing seasons. I love the look of no upper cabinets but in reality they are needed. 

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@jeanlake wrote:

The natural wood table saves it from being too industrial.

 


 

@jeanlake  I wouldn't mind the table in the garden.