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Well, for what it's worth, Twinkle and I liked it. The only things we'd change were the toilet and kitchen cabinets and 'frig.

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It does seem to be a little polarizing :lol: My DH was not a fan at all. I have seen lots of terrible faux painting, but the waterfall flowing down the stairs in that house was awesome. A house down the street from me has trees on the walls inside their front bedroom (they don't believe in curtains) The room looks awful :(

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wow - what an amazing place - thank you for sharing!  I can't imagine the amount of work that went into the design and creation. Not a fan of the kitchen or bathroom and I'm pretty sure there'd be some nights where I'd be wondering "what" was in those trees watching me!! 

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