Doll collection and other visual distractions.
Entries Tagged as 'Collections'
September 11th, 2014 · 3 Comments
September 10th, 2014 · 4 Comments
34 rolls of toilet paper in the bath, 34 rolls of paper. Take one down, flush it around, 33 rolls of TP. Poor sap. He’s terrified he’ll run out of toilet paper!
August 16th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Today is the anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death. This seller has a shrine to Elvis in her Florence, Arizona home.
Elvis pillow at a Glendale, Arizona home.
August 5th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Simply bizarre. A doll family. Payson, Arizona home.
Dolls made from towels? Unbelievable.
She collects plates. From the Franklin Mint or Danbury Mint?
She spent a mint on those plates.
More plates in the bedroom! They’re like tribbles; they keep multiplying.
She also collects family photos. And she has a gun/rifle. When Grandma says, “I’m gonna shoot,” do you duck or say ”cheese”?!
A rifle, a scythe, two saws, and a golf club. Grandma’s ready for the zombie apocalypse!
Grandma thinks the mammy cookie jars are a whimsical part of Americana. What will some buyers think?
June 25th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Collection of doll figurines.
Doll collection plus a million books and movies.
Kachina doll collection.
May 9th, 2014 · 7 Comments
Why would anyone put a hammer and a hoe on a kitchen wall or any wall inside a house?
They read this blog and knew to clear off the counters and to show off the floor, but…
What are those sticks in the upper right? And notice more stuff on the walls in the next room.
“Honey, will you get me the dust pan? I can’t reach it.”
Enough is enough.
Snow shoes and ice skates in Glendale, Arizona? And a nude picture?
And a shovel in the dining room.
A dog wearing something around its head. Family photos and more clutter on the walls. Who is going to remove the nails and patch the holes?
May 2nd, 2014 · 4 Comments
Here’s a home that was purchased in 1993. The owner sold it to his son in 2001 for $68,000. The son refinanced the house in 2010 for $211,000. But now the house sold as a short sale for $92,000. Hmmm. Housing prices in Phoenix were at their lowest levels in 2010 and 2011. Home prices have gone up considerably since 2010. If the house appraised for $211,000 in 2010, surely it is worth at least that in 2014. Thus, there wouldn’t be a need to sell as a short sale, especially at $92,000. Let’s take a look inside and see where the $211,000 went.
We are welcomed at the front door by a dog, a person, and clutter.
The living room seems to be filled with sci-fi movie toy figurines, plates, and toy cars. And boxes.
The dining room is loaded with dolls, er, fantasy figurines. And more boxes. That’s quite a collection.
Oh, look. More toys.
He planned to fill these shelves as well.
So far, we haven’t seen any improvements to the house. Here’s a bedroom filled with lots of clothes and stuff.
Another messy bedroom. This one features a trio of ships and several Dawn posters.
Was money spent remodeling the kitchen? No. Those are original cabinets.
With a short sale, the owner has to prove that they have a financial hardship. Aren’t you curious to see the reason he gave the bank? “I was toying around with some investments but plans got shelved.”
The right Tidy Cat bin is labeled “Dog.” Do humans use the other two bins?
He attached a shovel and a rake to the outside wall. He’s a Pittsburgh Steelers fan too.
April 18th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Need a purse? Just grab one and go. But which one has your keys and wallet?
March 26th, 2014 · No Comments
Hats on display plus a SpongeBob SquarePants collection. And a small dog. [Mesa, Arizona]
Hats on display in a cluttered bedroom. [Scottsdale, Arizona]
Hats neatly on display. [Bisbee, Arizona]
February 3rd, 2014 · No Comments
Media niches (aka built-in entertainment centers) are great for displaying small TVs and electronics and everything else.
They’re also great for displaying cords and wires.
And for collecting and displaying dust.
Sometimes they’re not used for televisions.
Here’s an empty media niche. Think of all the personal items you could display there!!