Ugly House Photos

Phoenix Area Homes With Clutter, Ugly Décor, and Bad Taste

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Damaged Ceilings

April 27th, 2017 · No Comments

Perhaps the house isn’t quite ready to sell yet.

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This one too.

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They can’t figure out why no one is coming to see their house. And they keep getting low-ball offers from investors.

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These sellers at least made an effort to patch the hole.

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The room now has a vaulted ceiling?

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→ No CommentsTags: Ceiling · Drywall Damage · Fixer-Upper · Glendale, AZ Homes · Other Arizona Cities · Phoenix Homes

Bathroom Photography Fail

April 26th, 2017 · 3 Comments

Bad real estate photography of a bathroom.

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A slight improvement but still bad.

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Getting better but still not acceptable.

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Sigh. You would assume a photography with a tripod would know better.

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→ 3 CommentsTags: Bathroom · People In Photos · Phoenix Homes · Poor Photography

Buster Crabby

April 25th, 2017 · 2 Comments

Miserable looking dog in a kitchen.

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He does not look happy.

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Maybe he’s mad that his owners are selling the house?

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He’s literally being pug-nacious.

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→ 2 CommentsTags: Kitchen · Other Arizona Cities · Pets

Pretty In Pink Ovens

April 24th, 2017 · 4 Comments

Pink was a popular color in kitchens in the 1950s and early 1960s. Let’s take a look at four pink ovens that are still in use today after five decades.

Vintage pink oven plus pink range hood in a 1956 Chandler, Arizona home.

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Vintage pink oven and pink range hood in a 1961 Phoenix home.

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Vintage pink oven in a 1961 Mesa, Arizona home.

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It has a matching pink range and pink range hood too.

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Vintage pink oven/range in a 1962 Phoenix home.

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→ 4 CommentsTags: 1960s · Chandler, AZ Homes · Kitchen · Mesa, AZ Homes · Not Ugly · Phoenix Homes

1956 San Diego Tudor Home

April 23rd, 2017 · 5 Comments

Thank you to our reader Michael for sending these photos of a San Diego, California home. Built in 1956.

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Imagine this space without the seller’s belongings. Wow.

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Fresh like a daisy.

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Check out the oven. Vintage 1956.

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Indoor pool! Too bad it was neglected.

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Could be a really cool space.

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Vintage sink and bathroom.

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Tudor style home.

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The front landscaping could use some help.

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Great potential here.

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→ 5 CommentsTags: Bathroom · Clutter · Curb Appeal · Family Room · Kitchen · Landscaping · Other US Cities · Pool & Spa · Staging

Minor Details

April 22nd, 2017 · No Comments

Please even out the window blinds. It’s crooked.

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Please fix the shower curtain.

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Please help the fallen-over chair. Thank you.

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→ No CommentsTags: Back Yard · Bathroom · Bedroom · Mesa, AZ Homes · Phoenix Homes · Shower Curtain · Window Coverings

Burnt Grass

April 21st, 2017 · No Comments

A winter lawn (lush green rye grass) makes a Phoenix-area home look pretty. Dog urine, however, will kill rye grass.

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→ No CommentsTags: Back Yard · Glendale, AZ Homes · Landscaping

Mural Turpitude

April 20th, 2017 · 3 Comments

Woodland mural with matching bedspread. Plus fake brick wallpaper!

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Mountain scene mural in another home.

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Desert scene mural with coyote painted on a garage door. The neighbor’s cat no longer visits.

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Vintage mural in a dining room in a 1969 Mesa, Arizona home. Dining room murals like this were very popular back then.

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→ 3 CommentsTags: Bedspread · Faux Paint & Murals · Garage or Carport · Mesa, AZ Homes · Other Arizona Cities · Peoria, AZ Homes

The Big Push

April 19th, 2017 · 3 Comments

Think really hard and push. You’ll see big results if you put your mind to it.

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→ 3 CommentsTags: Bathroom · Fixer-Upper · Other Arizona Cities

Built-In Media Niches

April 18th, 2017 · 1 Comment

It was popular in the 1990s and early 2000s to create massive built-in entertainment centers or media niches. Back in the day when TVs were narrower and also when big TVs were very deep. But nowadays, most of these media niches are functionally obsolete. Today’s TVs are wider and shallow.

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This TV actually fits in the niche. But the surrounding niches only encourage home owners to become collectors. Future hoarders?

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Sometimes they are used only to display items.

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They can also be demoted to secondary status. The knotted curtain gets full priority in this room.

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Or completely ignored. They’re also great dust collectors.

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→ 1 CommentTags: Clutter · Collections · Entertainment/Media Niche · Glendale, AZ Homes · Other Arizona Cities · Phoenix Homes · Staging · Window Coverings