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What to say "Less is more"???? This looks like my concept of what should be satisfying home staging (to let the place empty to see its possibilities and to add a few dramatic accents that jazz it up!).

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jennith thomas

Glad to see a plant "strategically" placed near a window--that strategy is popular with them.

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Excellent joke, artfully executed! Ha!

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