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The problems are too immense, like the house…
First, the scale of the house is borderline ridiculous. There has to be at least six feet from the stove to the center island. On the other hand, cooking would be a job for the hired help to deal with.
Second, the décor. Look at those 18th century leather bindings on the center island shelf. Sure, they are most likely old law books purchased for their looks, but really… The rest looks like someone maxed out the family credit card at Restoration Hardware.
Third, the furnishings. How much do those chairs at the table weigh? Who had the idea of upholstering the seats in a different color? My guess is that the seats of the chairs were initially upholstered with the same rough fabric found on the chair backs. People who sat in them couldn’t “slide off” off them, or even move the heavy chairs. They were stuck – like velcro! And that orange couch!
Fourth, the high windows and their inaccessible balconies look like props from a community theatre production of Romeo and Juliet.
Fifth, the toaster and telephone look out of place on the countertop. In fact, anything made in this century would look odd.
Sixth, the wall décor is missing a boar’s head, or a mace.
Seventh, most importantly, they forgot [this.](http://www.antiques.com/vendor_item_images/ori_2260_2001482660_1118186_Suit_Of_Armor.jpg)
Edit: Grammar and chair words. By the way, I checked out the other photos, and all of the seats of the dining room chairs were changed. As the old folks used to say: “They have more money than brains!”