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@lolakimono wrote:

I found another view-


Actually like this close up much better ... changed my mind about the bedding ... it's quite lovely and appropriate to the scale.

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I like the scale and most everything about the bedroom--think it is because of the color of the walls and the ceiling and it is not full of clutter. I would feel  very peaceful in there 

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I think the scale is fine, I'm just not crazy about any of the components.

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The room looks to me like it is composed of separate vignettes, with no commonality. The result is discordant.

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It looks like these people attend estate auctions, I'm furnishing a cottage this way.  Some items are jarring, the ceiling light matches nothing, the ceiling itself is too modern, the bowl of pipes on the desk, I could think of all kinds of things to substitue.  The mismatched furniture is OK, but the couch seems frayed in my pic.

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To me,  it looks like a used furniture showroom.  Like a store's vinette.  I don't care for matchy-matchy or a "bedroom set", but this is off, way off.  IMHO

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It's not the scale that caught my eye it's the mix. Too much of everything----country, modern, traditional. I would like it better if it was just one or two styles. I would not have my room like this. But, if you like it I say go for it. It's your room and make it what pleases you.

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It works.  I don't like the ceiling or the light fixture my the scale is fine.

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I like the room and the ceiling but not the furnishings they put in it. I would go with larger pieces and a much more clean airy look. I don't like the flea market look they gave this room at all.

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the only SCALE i'm concerned about is the one i have to step on!!  lol.....