Sure, we can call anything "Frank Lloyd Wright"

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What is it with today's habit of filling couches and beds with as many pillows as they can hold, enough for a pajama party of junior high school girls to have a pillow fight. Before one goes to bed, one has to toss the excess pillows on the floor, then put them back in place the next morning.

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That one has been on the market before; I recall the antiseptic and treeless landscaping. Some people don't like trees. They can fall on you . . .

It's not impossible to say that adding an overt Wrightian flavor to any residence -- including the McMansion, as here -- is an improvement. What
else would have reined in the tendency to import a half-dozen different roof treatments and pitches, in this case ?

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"FLlW inspired..."

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I believe the entire Pope-Leighy house would fit inside that bathroom!

Perhaps David could get a speaking engagement at the next Realtors of America Convention to deliver a "Stop It" speech!

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That kitchen island reminds me of a casket laid out for viewing.

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There is nothing "striking" about his heap.

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Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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...stunning "Taliesin Home"

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Amusing contrast ?

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