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Wow, it's just too much, too much wallpaper, too much furniture, too much chandelier, too much "stuff", in too small of a space.
"To each their own, in all things".
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Anyone invited to dinner in this will be counting the seconds to get out of there. HATE IT.Woman Tongue

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The wallpaper and the chandelier ruin it for me, it is just too much!

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It is a clever good use of space, but it almost looks like someone's interior design school project.  

 

Personally, I can't get past the busy wallpaper.

 

There was a time when I would have loved this.  Probably shocking to some of you considering all the industrial/warehouse spaces I post here.  

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My eye does not know where to stop in this room--too much pattern and busyness interferes with my peacefulness!