Yes, yes, yes. I actually rewound my DVR looking for that stupid throw and finally saw it peeping out of a basket on the floor. I saw another throw on the couch. And that ugly rattan hanging lamp!! Just no.
Whereas I rewound twice looking for that lamp that Carter "had to" use, and nope, did not see it.
Speaking of Carter, he always seems to have more than a hundred dollars of the budget unspent ($149 and change this time). Paige's tone when talking about how far under budget he was was complimentary, but shouldn't the point be to get everything out of it that they can. Vern always seemed to give the most bang for the buck and even in the old days, he talked about how he shopped warehouse sales for items he might be able to use in a room, and actually gave people some quality pieces that way, plus he uses the budget. But then, he's an actual designer.
In this episode, a major facet of "bringing the outdoors in" was using foraged fresh greenery in decor projects, which will have withered and died in a few days. And Carter's "living wall" seems unsustainable even beyond needing a ladder to water the top half of panels that they couldn't get directly in front of due to the bedside tables, because the plants were left in the 3- and 4-inch plastic pots they came in. Even I, not the greenest of thumbs, know that if you don't promptly transplant them they'll quickly grow root-bound. And how much natural light were they going to get in that location? The less said about the chaise the better.