Take one down, pass it around…
Here’s the rest. Cheers.
Five homes with holes in the ceilings. Because?
The ceiling’s so low, perhaps the seller cracked the drywall open with his head.
Or maybe the seller wants to show the insulation to buyers?
This home has no insulation.
There’s no hole, but…
This Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ceiling needs some attention.
The tree provides ample shade and is visually pleasing. So far, so good.
Spacious living room.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream.
The flooring adds character to the house.
Shag carpeting feels so good on bare feet and toes.
The mirror helps reflect more light into the bedroom.
Custom-built bookshelves compliment this bedroom.
The mold & mildew are included at no extra charge.
They solved the problem of not enough closet space. Just add lattice to the wall and now you can hang hangers from it. The gargoyle nods his head in approval.
Realistic tree mural in Lake City, Florida. After a hurricane hit.
How lovely are your branches. [Florence, Arizona]
Maybe these Phoenix sellers have the right idea. Remove the kitchen cabinet doors so you can see what you have! Brilliant.
Please make it stop. I can knot take it any more.
One knot is still one too many.
Back up to two knots? Noooooo!
Back to only one knot. My blood pressure is dropping.
Why can’t curtains look like this? No knots. Simple strip of fabric holding it in place. Thank you.
Maybe these Glendale, Arizona sellers have the right idea. Why hide your toiletries and cleaning supplies in a cabinet or medicine cabinet?
There’s no bending over or searching for items. Very handy & convenient this way. Great idea!
Maybe these Blythe, California sellers have it right. Why hide your clothes in a dark closet with a door? You can’t see your clothes.
Much easier to see what you have this way.