Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
Watch out for the ghoul hiding behind the cabinet!
The day before Thanksgiving, when guests arrive at your house. Where will they stay? In this bedroom?
Or this bedroom?
This carpet has worn out its welcome.
Not much better in the next bedroom.
At another house…what did they do to ruin the carpet in the middle of the room? Spit sunflower seeds?
Traffic patterns and worn-out padding at this house. Hey, this is perfect for words describing apartments: a flat & a pad.
You can see where the sofa once was.
They should have installed a doggy door.
Thank you to one of our readers for sending these photos of a Saint Paul, Minnesota home. It could use some tidying up.
Was it necessary to take a photo so close to the wall? Try one further back and open the window blinds. And remove unnecessary items.
Let’s remove the clutter from the side of the shed and take down the laundry.
Next time, take photos before the first hard frost. Otherwise the beautiful ferns look dead.
If you install a new bathroom sink and vanity and a bathtub, can you officially describe the bathroom as remodeled? Even if it’s not finished? Please note the brilliant location of the bathtub faucet: on the opposite side of the tub. You will have to lean over the tub to turn on the faucet. Or you’ll have to step into the tub each time.
What happened to this Mesa, Arizona home?!?! The floor buckled! Popped right up.
The left side went up. The right side went down. Check out the big gap between the floor and the baseboard on the upper middle.
Check out the gap!
It runs the length of the room and most of the house.
Big hole in the floor.
Watch your step.
Front entrance of a condominium for sale in Phoenix. The HOA is responsible for maintaining the premises, landscaping, and general appearance.
They stucco’d the exterior but didn’t finish with paint. They also enclosed the carport.
Waiting for buyers.
Weed you want to see this house?
Pink and orange. Interesting color combo.