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This doesn't seem to be ConTrad to me.
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What would you call it?
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Traditional sans con.
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Okay, indisputably ConTrad:

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Did they buy the doormat at Home Depot?
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Did they buy the doormat at Home Depot?

Our new rug is essentially a glorified doormat, so I am not in a position to judge.
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I am not in a position to judge.

FFY.
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I like some of the later ones you posted, though I would probably take out some of the poster, painting
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Modern furnishings and interiors often look great in old shells. These late term abortions of modernity can't look good anywhere.

Can look good sure, though often personally I think it's a bit of a shame. In any case I think it's more difficult than many imagine, something of an advanced move, and the majority of people would be better sticking to one thing or the other. There's probably some clothing-based analogy one could make.
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It just looks like hoarders with money to me.

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I am enjoying this thread and taking notes of ideas for when I get my home equity loan.
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