i would go with neutral. sometimes in-laws are nosy, sometimes they are right. Neverless, there seems to be a lot going on with the brick, green and white checked floor, wood flooring, and decorative window panels. Since your cute-as-can be bungalow (jealous) seems a bit narrow, using the same hues of a neutral may bring a little more cohesiveness to some of the rooms without being boring.
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I'm so glad I'm not the only one that bemoaned the price tags. I can't imagine that a $700 ice cream maker would be something my hubby would squeal over on the 25th.
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