Homer Simpson loves his donuts. And these sellers love their dagger.
Entries Tagged as 'Weapons & Firearms'
August 25th, 2014 · 1 Comment
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?
May 23rd, 2014 · No Comments
Airplane. Weapons (swords). Ball caps. And more.
April 22nd, 2014 · No Comments
If only the TV was on, this bedroom would be UglyHousePhotos perfection. Knotted curtain, gun on the wall, Scarface movie poster, and piles of clothes.
March 17th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Rifle on display. Along with some vintage 1980s Nagel prints, an arrow, and other visual distractions.
This home features a collection of modified crowbars and swords. The couch cushions are a little worn.
February 14th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Happy Valentine’s Day to you!
We’d be lion if we didn’t say this room could use some home staging help.
Love is forever, evidently. This home was sold as a short sale and listed in late July, 5 1/2 months after Valentine’s Day.
December 19th, 2013 · 1 Comment
The back patio looks a little dusty and cluttered. Plus stacks of bricks. Let’s ask the seller what her plans are.
It says, “avoid disappointment” in the bedroom. There’s also baseball caps and knives.
At least the bed is made. Those knives are creepy.
A lot going on in this room.
Fake flowers and plants.
They have a problem with mosquitoes and bright light. Thus, the mosquito netting and the rack of sunglasses.
Yes, a rack of sunglasses.
August 5th, 2013 · 1 Comment
In case of intruder, break glass. [Easton, Maryland]
He thought it would be romantic to have Cupid’s arrow next to his bed. [Superior, Wisconsin]
“The buyer wants to pay less than asking price?!?! Lock and load!!” [Tolleson, Arizona]
July 22nd, 2013 · 4 Comments
There are so many treats for you to see with this Mesa, Arizona home. Click on each photo to expand.
Home purchased for $300,000 in 2007. Sold recently as a short sale for $145,000. In this condition.
That’s quite a collection of stuffed bears. And a gun collection too! And a safe. And a 1990s valance with pastel colors. Sure looks like a 1980s vintage Apple computer (see the reflection in the mirror). A 1970s waterbed frame & headboard.
More stuffed animals in the next bedroom. Plus jugs of water (the bears get thirsty!). And a stethoscope (because?). And dream catchers. And fuzzy dice!! So many fun things to see.
In the master bedroom, the bed is on concrete blocks!!! Check out the dust on the ceiling fan blades!! Arm pad is missing from the chair. Ugly window.
And in this bedroom, Spider Man is wearing a cowboy hat! Arizona Cardinals football bedspread and other items. And then there’s a Denver Broncos football blanket as a window curtain.
In the family room, at least 9 persons can sit comfortably. The towels helps absorb moisture; it gets hot in Mesa. Prescription bottles on the left and right sides of the photo.
How many bedrooms does this house have??! An unmade bed. That weight bench seat looks like it’s cardboard.
And a room converted to a bedroom. No wonder they have so many chairs and sofas. Please note the bottle of rum on the dresser. And then the bottle of whiskey next to the Sugar Pops cereal box and the skull!!
There’s seating for six persons out back.
Tags: Staging · Family Room · Bedroom · Clutter · Window Coverings · Mesa, AZ Homes · Stuffed Animals · Back Yard · Rugs · Ugly Couches/Chairs · Window · Ceiling Fan · Hall of Shame - Ugly Décor · Weapons & Firearms · Bedspread
February 14th, 2013 · No Comments
Buyers might feel cross from seeing the clutter and bow out of the deal. From a Manhattan, Kansas home.