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tsingtaomama
Though 'midcentury' paired with 'Victorian' seems strange and terrible in theory, that yellow and green parlor room looks cool as hell. Takes a lot of guts and a great eye to pull that off. What a wonderful effect to come up the stairs and think, now here's where the party is! With Stan Getz on the wifi natch!
   
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miliotoc
i would have gone with more downton abbey, less rustic americana...just me though, plus i'm jealous i dont live in SF.
   
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Michael Rastashanski

almost perfect.

   

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