Monday, September 5, 2011

Two words:



Tiger. Wallpaper.
Believe it.

HERE.

12 comments:

HOBAC said...

And still a nice house.

Decorno said...

HOBAC, totally agree with you. I am dangerously close to buying this place.

penelopebianchi said...

and lions........honestly.....maybe you missed the lions.
EEEEEEEEEEEK!

It might be a bargain because people are afraid of the "wild cats"in the bathroom! Yikes!

Kit in DC said...

Priceless. The kind of wallpaper I would have picked out at age 10. It's just so amazing in its weirdness I couldn't bear to paper over it. Good luck to new owners - it should be enshrined, if nothing more than to kick off every dinner party with "Wait, you have to see the bathroom!"

Kit in DC said...

PRICELESS. The kind of wallpaper I would have picked, if given half a chance, when I was 10. I'd keep it, if only for the delight of hearing what dinner party guests have to say when they come back from the bathroom. Kind of a good litmus test of your friends. I think it's awesome! (and it would never fly in DC. But that's prob. why I like it.)

kelly d. said...

I went to a salon once that had this same kind of wallpaper. But instead of tigers it was hundreds of heads with flowy 70s hair. And it wasn't a cool, retro thing ... the place was that old.

katiedid said...

What is with the Living Room floor? Usually the floor is more worn around the edges, not under where the rug used to be. ?

Boo Hazard said...

GEAUX TIGERS!! - boo

penelopebianchi said...

Talk about firing the realtor! How about the back view with the garbage cans!

And there looks like mold around the baseboards!

EEEEEK!!!!

Alice Almighty said...

So lovely! It reminds me of my first house... Too bad they got rid of the linoleum 'rugs'... I bet it smells wonderful. How amazing that no one ever brutally updated it. If only I had a cool half million lying around.

White Swan said...

I'm a little scared that no one has said anything to the effect of "this house should be condemned". A dropped ceiling in the kitchen? Seriously?

ArchitectDesign™ said...

I didn't even know that was a thing...maybe it's decoupage?