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The trend for grey sort of bypassed me as it seems a bit cold to have it everywhere in northern light and anyway I like some colour. So I am pleased to see the move away from that trend. Otherwise I please myself although I welcome eco friendly living.
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I rather like those patterned doors. Otherwise midnight blue is a lovely part of our home.
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A resounding no to living with primary colours and anything made of plastic. It's taken me over 40 years to begin to appreciate minimalism. I've still got a long way to go but I'm going to try and stick with it! I love the Norwegian chair and the shelving though.
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