I guess I didn't paint a pretty picture, but I've spend plenty of time admiring these same plants.
They're plenty attractive, hardy as can be!
No reason to think it won't look nice for you.
I think I've heard of them used for bonsai, or atleast a bonsai companion.
I've seen them look good planted in gardens too.
I'm sure it'll make a fine plant for you.
The berries are quite unique! And the foliage is prettiest in spring when they emerge a very light green, tinged in red with some sun.
But for every minute I've spent admiring it, I've spent an hour fighting my way thru thick stands of it, they're pretty pokey when you have to just push your way thru and they intertwine branches... Good times