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In my pantry with my cupcakes...
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i like it, although i am slowly changing over my "formal seating area" aka the living room into something more liveable, comfortable, and usable. i dont want it to be more "for show" anymore.

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I'm not a fan of those bold colors. I wouldn't feel comfortable in that setting.

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I like the colors - but do not like the arrangement.   

 

In my family the "formal" seating area for conversation is the dining room table - no matter whose house you are in.

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I love all of these seats!

 

But not the arrangment, and not the room, or anything else in the room.

 

I can imagine the loveseat in my large bedroom suite (emphasis on imagine).  Then, the other two seats would be in a large living room of a mostly tame color such taupe or mocha.

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I like the windows and the room but not the furniture or the colors.

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I love the furniture and would feel very comfortable in that room.  I am a fan of formal.

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I don’t care for the area at all. Too small and yes, too formal.

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The big windows are a plus. If the rug is 100% wool, it would stay.  Everything else would have to go.

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Not my style.

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