The curved shower curtain rod is supposed to extend horizontally not vertically.
Entries Tagged as 'Shower Curtain'
November 17th, 2014 · 7 Comments
November 13th, 2014 · No Comments
There’s nothing wrong with this bath towel. It hangs upside down just like Spider-Man.
Another Spider-Man sighting at another house. We don’t mean to beat a dead horse (bottom right), but how about putting away the knick-knacks before selling? Thank you.
October 7th, 2014 · 3 Comments
Nothing shows class more than a shower curtain with his and hers outhouses!
October 6th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Sometimes you can’t get a clear idea about the look of a house. Especially if the photos are not up to par, as promoted for this Mesa, Arizona home.
Upside down hallway. Well, it helps buyers see the ceiling’s water stain more clearly.
We can’t see what the shower looks like.
We can’t see what the bathroom looks like either. No other photos available of the bathroom.
Use your imagination for this bedroom.
The photographer shifted to the right, but we still can’t see the bedroom.
The only photo of the kitchen and we can’t see it. Is your curiosity piqued enough to see this house?
August 29th, 2014 · 5 Comments
Double curtain frills keep out the spills.
If this was in Alabama, it would be the Crimson Tide/Tied.
Doin’ the Boop.
May 20th, 2014 · 4 Comments
Help! The knotted curtain trend won’t go away!
How about cutting the curtains the correct length instead? You can borrow my scissors.
Now people are knotting their shower curtains! Ugh.
One curtain normal. One curtain knotted.
Same thing in another home. (sigh)
April 8th, 2014 · 6 Comments
Now that Game of Thrones started its new season, it seems appropriate that we have a King of the Porcelain Throne in Casa Grande, Arizona.
March 7th, 2014 · 9 Comments
Thank you, Ben, for sending us photos of this Jerome, Arizona fixer-upper. Jerome is a small town built along a mountainside. Most of the homes are built on stilts and have great views of the valley below.
We’re taking bets to see if this home has a certificate of occupancy. It’s a fixer-upper. Check out the roof on the right side. And why is there a ladder in a horizontal position on the left side? [click to expand all photos]
Besides the rickety railing and clutter, shouldn’t the photo promote the scenic views?
They built a bench around two support posts. Granted, the posts are only 2 by 4s so the support is weak. Old washtub = cowboy bathtub?
Let’s go inside and see what features it has. Oh, it has a shelf! I dare you to pick up that jar.
The master suite features a sitting room.
The living room features a furnace. See the giant crack in the support beam?
When we pan to the right, we see clutter and unfinished walls. Is this the rustic look buyers crave?
Huntin’ and fishin’ shack.
The view from the other side of the wall. Thy (fishing) rod and thy staff (infection) comfort me.
The seller plans to install hardwood flooring some day. Notice the custom-built door with its sloping top.
They don’t take kindly to strangers. The last trespasser is taking a long nap in the freezer.
The bathroom. That is not a window; it’s a photo of a farm scene.
This house can be yours, if the price is right.
November 4th, 2013 · 3 Comments
Angels shower curtain (from the 1990s). Do you really want little cherubs staring at you while you’re naked? [Whitmann, Arizona]
It certainly catches your attention. [Pascagoula, Mississippi]
Flower power shower curtain in Sun City, Arizona.
October 1st, 2013 · 3 Comments
It finally sold! 1795 days on the market and finally sold! That’s 5 years! Actually more than 5 years. They tried selling it for $159,000 in late 2006 for 4 months. No sale. Then tried selling it in Spring 2008 for $99,500, but no sale. Then again in 2009 at $79,500; no sale. Then again November 5, 2009 at $79,500 with no offers. Lowered the price to $32,000 on January 21, 2011 and still no offers until Summer 2013. It finally sold at $39,000.
It was sold as a major fix-up “not for amateurs.”
The court ordered it sold due to a family dispute over a lien on the property. The tenants were family members who did not pay rent. And they had dogs that were dangerous.