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giseladiemer
I would prefer one designer do a whole show house. Like that the house might be less disparate and the rooms more connected.
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Paula

I agree, gisela. I prefer going to house tours of real people's houses. Those tours are so much more satisfying. Designer showcase houses tend to devolve into visual cacophony.

   
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This home is blowing my mind. The ceiling in the kitchen is amazing and there are so many other great features I could mention, but why don't you just let your eyes do the exploring. I am so inspired by this home and its interpretation on design. I just love it!

   

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