DJ equipment blocking the view of the fireplace. Just like a record needle, buyers might skip this house.
Entries Tagged as 'Family Photos'
April 4th, 2015 · No Comments
March 23rd, 2015 · 2 Comments
There was a time when mirror tiles covered entire walls. [Houston, Texas]
It’s a reflection of the times.
They added faux brick (bric-a-brac) to jazz up the mirrors.
I saw this on a Realtor home tour.
It’s used as a background for a bed.
February 3rd, 2015 · 6 Comments
Clocks, clocks, and more clocks. That’s quite the collection.
More clocks in the next room. Agents are encouraged not to take their buyers to see the house at the top of the hour.
More clocks. Thank goodness Arizona doesn’t participate in daylight savings time.
Only one clock in this room?
December 22nd, 2014 · 2 Comments
Lots of photos of family members will be taken this holiday season. Many will be on display. Some, unfortunately, when selling. [Lake City, Florida]
Let’s take steps to remove family photos before selling a house.
Virtual white-out is expensive. I used a full bottle to blot out these two persons. That’s one big photo.
99 photos of kids on the wall. 99 photos of kids. Take them all down…pack them around…zero photos of kids on the wall.
November 5th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Fly strip!! Nice decorating touch? Some would say it’s tacky.
November 3rd, 2014 · 4 Comments
Peoria, Arizona short sale.
Staging assistance needed, please.
Another guy’s computer desk with bottle of lotion and toilet paper handy.
Quick. Buy some closet doors and throw everything inside before buyers arrive.
At least she covered up the face on the Justin Bieber poster.
This bedroom is half tidy.
Why did they remove the rug? Buyers might have thought that was the normal color of the carpet.
The pink fabric vertical blinds complement the wallpaper border.
The wallpaper border in the kitchen is birdhouses but they look like outhouses. Did you see the neon green plastic pumpkin too?
Before dining room, with furniture.
After dining room. Maybe they’d better bring back the furniture to cover up the walls.
The master bedroom. Complete with princess blanket used as a curtain.
This is a house with young children and yet the floor fan does not have a protective grille.
What happened to the flooring?
Looking the opposite direction shows more of the flooring problem.
It could have looked worse.
They gave up on the paint.
This photo was taken many months before Halloween.
The patio is surprisingly clear of clutter. Now to work on the peeling paint.
Tags: Staging · Flooring · Bathroom · Family Room · Kitchen · Bedroom · Clutter · Safety Issue · Window Coverings · Phoenix Homes · Faux Paint & Murals · Dining Room · Wallpaper · Family Photos · Toys · Dirt, Dust, & Filth · Fixer-Upper · Holiday Décor · People In Photos
November 2nd, 2014 · 3 Comments
Let’s start with the positives about this Evansville, Indiana home: it has wainscoting. And at least they didn’t do one more twist to knot the curtains. And for that, we thank you. Now about the fan, the dog, the cords on the floor, the cord on the ceiling with foil (!!), that damaged wall, the dream catcher, and the dirt.
October 30th, 2014 · 3 Comments
The sellers can guarantee that there are no evil spirits in their house.
Well…at least not now.
The buyers will need to leave the crosses on the wall. You know, just in case.
What other reason could there be for so many to be on display in every room of the house?
October 16th, 2014 · 6 Comments
The wall is full.
The kitchen counters are fully covered.
American flag. Now we need apple pie.
Filled up bedroom.
Is someone in the bed?
The times on the clocks don’t match.
October 10th, 2014 · 3 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.