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Double D

Wow love everything, kitchen lounge and bedroom beautiful. I agree with things not being perfect so nice to hear finger prints don’t matter. Wish you knew more about who the previous owners were, intriguing story.

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rosecafe

The product of preseverence; eight years is a long time to remain interested in a renovation. I'd like to have seen more wide shots, the 'tight' close-up pics in this article give little idea of what must be large interior spaces; surely the main point of creating a home within a barn-sized building. Looks good though. I was intrigued with this young designers' comment about it being 'good to come home and relax among what she called 'the colours' of whites and beiges'. I wholeheartedly agree, but was this statement testiment to designers perhaps choosing colorful decor for their clients but actually preferring neutrals for their own living environment?

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Shelley Alexander

Love the clean wide open spaces with large windows allowing the flow between inside and out. Removing clutter from the home allows one to love life and not things....could so easily live there if it were not cold....but I love our island

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