So much going on in this Gainesville, Georgia bedroom. First, the pot rack. Why? Clown in the corner. TV box used as a window shade? And more visual distractions. We’d rather see the wood floors and the two windows.
Entries Tagged as 'Pot Rack'
November 16th, 2014 · 1 Comment
October 8th, 2014 · 7 Comments
Not quite finished home for sale in Humboldt, Arizona. Drywall missing from the walls and ceiling. This is the kitchen.
Cabinet doors are missing but there are stainless steel appliances.
Another view of the kitchen.
The dining room. Imagine hosting dinner parties here with friends under the glow of the chandelier.
The bathroom toilet is the same one used on the International Space Station? The can of ant & roach killer doesn’t instill confidence.
This is the master bedroom upstairs. At least the drywall was installed.
This place has ants and roaches and now flies too.
This is the master bathroom.
This is the view looking down the stairs. Plenty of shelves and wall space to display your knick knacks.
Downstairs again to the living room, the only room with painted drywall.
September 5th, 2014 · 12 Comments
These Mesa, Arizona sellers wallpapered their entire home in either faux stone or faux wood. The results are, well, see for yourself.
Faux stone wall wallpaper in the master bedroom.
Were they stoned?
Log cabin effect in another bedroom.
Complete with faux river rock fireplace wall. And photographer’s reflection.
We asked the baby to move out of the photo, but just like the wallpaper, he’s stonewalling.
Over to the left, there’s more stone wallpaper.
The pot rack is now a utensil rack.
And yes, more faux stone wallpaper in the kitchen. Will this much wallpaper leave buyers feeling stone cold?
November 24th, 2013 · 4 Comments
Thank you, Karen, for spotting this Tucson, Arizona home for sale. They’ve put their pots and pans on display.
Lids, lids, lids.
Karen is pretty sure that’s a stuffed alligator on the floor.
August 22nd, 2013 · 5 Comments
Several real estate pet peeves at this Casa Grande, Arizona home.
A pet in a real estate photo. Clutter on the back patio.
Knotted window curtain! Cluttered dining area. Unpainted ceiling repair patch. Fly strip!
Pot rack! Sort of.
June 26th, 2013 · 5 Comments
It’s a visual smorgasbord in this Mesa, Arizona kitchen. A little of everything thrown in. We’re going to take a closer look, panning from left to right and sometimes down and up.
The light over the kitchen island looks a bit dusty.
Good thing there aren’t earthquakes in Mesa. Otherwise, bye, bye, spices. The photographer’s thumb got in the way.
There’s some kind of crank thing on the kitchen island. If I’m not mistaken, it’s a grinder of sorts and could be an ice crusher.
They rag-rolled the kitchen cabinets. The world’s smallest Tibetan prayers flags are hanging on the chair. Lots of visual distractions here.
We look down to admire the faux paint technique on the cabinets.
We look up to admire the pot rack!
It’s hard for your eyes to focus on one part.
The knives are certainly handy.
May 8th, 2013 · 4 Comments
Pot rack in your face!
Pot rack in your way.
Pot rack blocking the view of the cabinets.
Rustic pot rack adds to the dark, dusty feel of the kitchen.
Pot rack blocks your view out the window.
April 24th, 2013 · 8 Comments
Today is my birthday and several home sellers are celebrating.
Happy Birthday from Mesa, Arizona. They even included an unnecessary pot rack just for me!
Happy Birthday from Camden, New Jersey.
Happy Birthday from Elkhart, Indiana.
Happy Birthday from Peoria, Arizona.
February 21st, 2013 · 5 Comments
Pot racks are a visual distraction in real estate promotional photos.
They can ruin the photo.
I see two tall cabinets and lower cabinets. So why the pot rack?
This looks a million times better. Clear off the pot rack when selling.
The critics panned this laundry room photo.
October 29th, 2012 · 6 Comments
The pot rack dominates the kitchen. Does it really need to be there? [Chandler, Arizona]
The pot rack blocks the view of the kitchen. Are you pushing the pot rack or the kitchen? [New River, Arizona]
Here’s a suggestion: remove all the pots and pans from the pot rack as seen here. That way, buyers can see the entire kitchen. Also, please remove the cat from the photo. Thanks, Lisa, for noticing the dog’s face in the lower right corner. [Apache Junction, Arizona]