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Melania

True that it can be calming and is low maintenance, but I am not a minimalist. Nice article :)

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lesleycurl

I would add some nice artwork to the walls. One large piece of art per room would finish off the rooms, in my opinion.

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romeoslover
These spaces look sterile and unfinished to me.
   

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