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Registered: ‎06-14-2010

Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

I like her style of anything goes, it is interesting to see all she has done in the bungalow.  There are things I like and others I would change and put my own spin on.  Decorating is fun and you do what makes you happy and comfortable.  That is what I feel the owner did throughout her place.  It is a good feeling look!

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Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

Grew up in a bungalow and I loved it. Cosy and so comfortable. A screened porch on the front of the house. A chaise lounge and a book. Radiators to sit and warm up on in the Winter. I could go on and on. We moved because it had only two bedrooms. My brother and I shared the room. I was twelve when we moved to a ranch that my father built. So many memories.

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Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

I have the same affection for bungalows, @Catiele.  Cozy and built for comfortable living.

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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

I love it. The only thing I don't care for is the bust...just don't like them.

I don't like small  furniture in small houses. I think it gives them a Doll House vibe which turns me off.

She matches her home..they are both adorable.

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Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

This is an amazing décor. Really an inspiration. I would love to do something like this in my apartment.

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Registered: ‎07-11-2010

Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

The dark walls close everything in....I think it would look more spacious and open with lighter colors on walls....I am not a lover of the drab and boring "gray" look that domnates decorating at the moment.  

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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

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She's done some wonderful things and has some fantastic elements, but all those dark grey walls are a bit too much for me, as is the dining room being in the basement... Not only do I not like all those crates lining the walls, but really, you're going to schelp dinner down a flight of stairs...


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Re: SMALL BUNGALOW, BIG STYLE

I don’t care for it at all.  So dark and so much stuff. 


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