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ForestWaif

Nice job! I saved the bathroom photo - a great design for small space. My style is woodsy-mountain-cabin.... but this gives excellent ideas for managing a livable home without clutter. (colors, designs will vary - but the ideas for layout are very useful) And - I like your use of colors right where they are. Thanks for letting us in ~ !

   
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aleanor

lizruork - Good call on the over-edit for the photos. I wonder if that explains the colour blocking for the tree-tops too? the natural mix of book bindings would clearly be more effective as leafy foliage than blocks of red and black...

The over-tidy approach does allow the lines to be visible. It is an apartment that will grow with the family, if not in size then in layering and texture...less interesting for the nosy among us now, but perhaps useful if we are thinking about how to create a blank canvas.

Orange oven great!

   
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GELB

I like it, but would like to see more photos. I like that the stove and ref. are on a platform (I am assuming that is what I am seeing?) No toe kicks = lots of toe bangs, but that is how my mind works . . .

   
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