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Your new house looks pleasant and welcoming! If you add a bit more décor and furniture, it’ll be perfect. I’d sure be delighted to live in that place. It’s neither too big nor too small; it’s the home I would want to live in. :)
Thanks, Justin! My approach toward decorating is to let it evolve; time and circumstance and travel will eventually contribute to the look. I love the place!
what’s it about? He-he. On another note, I admire your decorating outlook. That’s actually right. Do not hurry things, or you’re house might just turn into an experimental set. You would definitely find lots of interesting pieces while travelling.Christian Traughber
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Congrats on the feature write-up! I think a home that looks like yours definitely deserves to be seen! I love the classic/vintage feel of it. I’m sure by now you’ve got some furniture laid out inside. I’d love to see what it looks like now versus what it looked like before. I bet the difference is awesome!
Yeah, I agree with your attitude towards decorating! Since you like art and inventing stuff, I’m sure your new home will be filled with unique stuff over the years. Hey, maybe you’ll get another write-up for it! =)
“My approach toward decorating is to let it evolve; time and circumstance and travel will eventually contribute to the look.” – A wonderful idea! I bet your home will be your big diary. You seem to be an artistic person, so I’ll expect an artsy home gallery. :P Congratulations, by the way! =)
Your home is very neat! Looking at the photo of your house interior, I can already sense that you’re an organized person. I wonder how it looks like now. Do you have any updated pictures to share? =)