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CoralAmber CoralAmber 7 years
Oooh, Urban Chic you are so right. I think if they hadn't been limited on time they would have done more of those important finishing details.
urban-chic-101 urban-chic-101 7 years
And this is why Top Design is sooooooooooo much better. Ok, each final designer's rooms are soooo boring, it is just so disappointing!! You know what this room needed... Drapery!! Grommet Drapery would have been a very simple way to make the room feel whole. It could have been a dark sleek brown and it would still have a modern feeling, but made it more cozy and filled up the space. Also, all of the pictures are the wrong scale. The vase just looks stupid on the dining room table with the beautiful linear chandelier. The table, chairs and chandelier look wonderful together, but again drapery was needed. It was a good start but finale material... um no.
urban-chic-101 urban-chic-101 7 years
And this is why Top Design is sooooooooooo much better. Ok, each final designer's rooms are soooo boring, it is just so disappointing!! You know what this room needed... Drapery!! Grommet Drapery would have been a very simple way to make the room feel whole. It could have been a dark sleek brown and it would still have a modern feeling, but made it more cozy and filled up the space. Also, all of the pictures are the wrong scale. The vase just looks stupid on the dining room table with the beautiful linear chandelier. The table, chairs and chandelier look wonderful together, but again drapery was needed. It was a good start but finale material... um no.
meetmeherelater meetmeherelater 7 years
ive never watched the show but these people are lacking creativity. are they supposed to just create a plain boring room so that ANYONE can live there? i dont get it. they could do so much...
katedavis katedavis 7 years
Not into this at all. The row of rectangle windows looked so bright and beautiful in the before pictures, but after they look small and dark. Don't even get me started on the kitchen....
emlod10 emlod10 7 years
just imagine having people over sipping red wine and SPLASH on those white cushions! eek. i think more modern, sleek chairs would have been a better choice.
joygwilson joygwilson 7 years
The dining room was the only room I thought looked nice, but not that of a design STAR, sorry matt, I predict you will not be the winner.
GeriAnne1932 GeriAnne1932 7 years
Am I the only not impressed with either room...for wanting to be ON TV these rooms have no personality, just painted walls and furniture....it wasn't like they did anything original. Though the families really needed...Nothing blew me away like the first season did with just really unique and special looking places. These all look just utilitarian and bland....maybe it's because I like a layered home with lots of artsy details and personality.
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 7 years
I'm not into it.
Brendelwoman Brendelwoman 7 years
I'm not into it.
foxie foxie 7 years
Dullsville.
foxie foxie 7 years
Dullsville.
amers230 amers230 7 years
it's not my style, but i do think it's done well. i like that light fixture!!
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