Couldn’t “decorate it for yourself” also be a correct choice if the implied pronoun/antecedent is “usted?”
I can’t see why “usted” wouldn’t be as valid as “él/ella/ellos/ellas” for this construction.
to refer to "usted" the pronoun would indeed be the same: "se", but the verb would need to be using the imperative for "usted", so you need:
I hope this clarified it.
Muchas gracias. Me pregunté en esto también. Ahora entiendo.
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