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    Thanks guys for saying positive things about my parents house. I'd like to say that my old bedroom isn't pictured. It's blue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rad View Post
    Thanks guys for saying positive things about my parents house. I'd like to say that my old bedroom isn't pictured. It's blue.
    So you must be the black sheep of the family .

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    Somewhere I read that purple is a good color for the bedroom because it helps subconsciously encourage.... adult activities.

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    I don't know - I quite like it. Mrs T is quite fond of purple!

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    I personally like purple.. But geez, that's way too much. Waay too much.
    And the dining room/bedroom combo is rather.. unusual. Especially with that study-looking room that has not much in it. I'd personally have that as a bedroom.

    Nice house, though. Just needs redecorating.

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    I think its a great house and would move in today if I wasn't working.

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    Why is there a dining room table in the bedroom?!

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    Holy crap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sippo View Post
    Why is there a dining room table in the bedroom?!
    For those times you want to drop a no-so-subtle hint over dinner?

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    Err, woof.

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    Holy ****. I'm almost speechless. Let me guess the gender / ethnicity of the occupant(s)....

    ...and no, I'm not being non-pc here.

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    I dont know whether i should be concerned about the amount of people that have pointed me to this house...

    It's hideous....

    10 points for effort though!

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    Our house had a dark purple hallway, very busy wallpaper, pink living room carpet, and hot pink latex-ish paint on the master bedroom walls, along with black gothic metal curtain poles, hot pink curtains of a fine mesh that provided less privacy than a kinky nightie, a heavy duty set of 4 speakers mounted on the walls and a TV VESA mount fitted above where the bed would have been judging by the carpet.

    The hall is now yellow Duracoat, the living room is "Mushroom" (or as I call it, 1970s Baxi Bermuda Beige, as it blends with the fire of that name beautifully), the carpet is now easy-care wood effect vinyl, and the bedroom has been redone in dark and light grey to minimise light bleed for the little one, the hardware has been junked, and the curtains given to DD as "dress up" material.

    I daren't ponder what that room, or indeed the neighbours have seen in the past!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirbendy View Post
    Our house had a dark purple hallway, very busy wallpaper, pink living room carpet, and hot pink latex-ish paint on the master bedroom walls, along with black gothic metal curtain poles, hot pink curtains of a fine mesh that provided less privacy than a kinky nightie, a heavy duty set of 4 speakers mounted on the walls and a TV VESA mount fitted above where the bed would have been judging by the carpet.

    The hall is now yellow Duracoat, the living room is "Mushroom" (or as I call it, 1970s Baxi Bermuda Beige, as it blends with the fire of that name beautifully), the carpet is now easy-care wood effect vinyl, and the bedroom has been redone in dark and light grey to minimise light bleed for the little one, the hardware has been junked, and the curtains given to DD as "dress up" material.

    I daren't ponder what that room, or indeed the neighbours have seen in the past!
    When i first read this, i thought you were describing your decor....*gulps coffee*



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