Blast from the past. Mirror tiles and orange carpet!! [Superior, Arizona]
Entries Tagged as 'Carpet'
October 16th, 2014 · 3 Comments
October 10th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Black fabric vertical blinds were all the rage back then.
So too was covering your computer and printer with plastic.
Accordion folding doors separate the dining room from the family room.
Grandma rolls her own doobies!! Zig-Zag cigarette wrapping paper box (lower right of photo).
Now why didn’t I think of that?! Stacked nightstand tables! Clever.
September 25th, 2014 · 1 Comment
The tree provides ample shade and is visually pleasing. So far, so good.
Spacious living room.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream.
The flooring adds character to the house.
Shag carpeting feels so good on bare feet and toes.
The mirror helps reflect more light into the bedroom.
Custom-built bookshelves compliment this bedroom.
The mold & mildew are included at no extra charge.
September 9th, 2014 · 2 Comments
The pathway to home ownership?
Mike kept spilling his drinks from the kitchen to the sofa.
You’d think dark carpet would hide dirt and stains. Wrong.
It seems to be holding up well. [Brockton, Massachusetts]
Be sure to tip toe on the carpet. If you dare. [Brockton, Massachusetts]
The padding has worn out. [Hot Springs, Arkansas]
August 19th, 2014 · 3 Comments
Plastic bag collector in Mesa, Arizona. Sponsored by Walgreens.
More plastic bags in the laundry room.
A few more plastic bags in the living room.
Bug zapper. Two extra refrigerators. American flag on the floor. Christmas tree.
The dining room. Kinda ironic that this messy house has lots of plastic bags to throw things in and an Oreck vacuum to suck up the dirt.
The cleanest room in the house.
More plastic bags in a closet. The shoe rack is a selling feature.
Hallelujah! The curtain’s not knotted.
This is the gift wrapping room. There’s no time like the present.
August 17th, 2014 · 4 Comments
One of our readers seemed shocked to see macramé in a recent post. So here’s another one for you, Tim. In Hot Springs, Arkansas. Enjoy.
August 7th, 2014 · 3 Comments
Built in 1970. Original carpet! And wood paneling.
The carpet is 44 years old! So is the dirt and bacteria.
The colors of the 1970s.
The bedroom carpet is looking a little worse for wear.
July 24th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Short sales accounted for only 3.5% of all sold listings in the Phoenix metro area in June 2014, the lowest since June 2008. Thank goodness. They are typically neglected homes. Here’s a recent example. And this wasn’t someone who bought at the height of the market. This home was purchased for $92,000 in 2001 with no refinancing. It sold for less due to the condition.
Cracked toilet tank. How does that happen? Mildew on the shower grout.
More problems in the bathtub.
The baby sticks those yucky peas and carrots in the hole in the wall.
The carpet is shot.
There are a variety of items on display out front. The wheelbarrow distracts you from the broken window.
The previous photo was better than this one. And that’s no bull.
The swimming pool adds extra value to the property.
Can’t wait for the new owner to transform this property.
The roof on the addition is buckling.
Another broken window.
The security door is not attached.
Tags: Carpet · Roof · Curb Appeal · Bathroom · Kitchen · Pool & Spa · Bedroom · Clutter · Phoenix Homes · Dining Room · Back Yard · Fixer-Upper · Window · Drywall Damage · Room Addition · Siding · Wet Bar
July 22nd, 2014 · 4 Comments
Thank you, Diana, for sending us photos of this Wesley Chapel, Florida home.
Slip covers on the couches! Pink and tan are an interesting color combination.
The table to the right of the sofa is crooked. Please straighten it. Thank you.
That pink carpet sure looks like it’s holding up well.
Euro style cabinets were all the rage in the late 1980s & early 1990s. What would make the kitchen divine would be to de-vine the plastic plants.
Pretty in pink.
July 13th, 2014 · 1 Comment
The gorgeous green carpet. The luxurious green couch. The comfortable green chair. The coziness of the room. Contain yourself, buyers! [Hot Springs, Arkansas]