"Masterpieces" is printed over the sofa, with a string and clothespins, awaiting your family’s art.
Clever use of green paneling and faux brick molding, bring an outdoorsy feel to this room.
Craft fail. With glue, wire, a cheap lamp, and some Happy Meal toys, you can make low-cost lighting for the kids.
DIY Fail: The homeowner wanted a focal point, and succeeded, b/c the first thing buyers will focus on is the crudely simulated “rock” wall.
Strategically-draped fairy lights create a romantic glow, while the unmade bed beckons, “Come hither.”
To create soft, ambient, lighting, the seller has placed the lamps down low.
Home stagin’: A sense of realism is created, as Louie Lizard basks in the sunlight shining thru the forest.
Vintage home features a kitchen pantry. However, it is preferable to store frequently-used items in more accessible locations.
A toilet paper cover on a string, was crafted to exemplify the modesty of this Victorian Period-themed bathroom.
A graceful 3-tier fountain in the front yard, gives the property a look of refinement.
DIY water feature created for a basement Tiki Bar- they named it “Drooling Bastard.”
The family thought it would be fun to trace their silhouettes on the wall, and were shocked to discover how hideously distorted they are.
Decor by Morticia Addams.
A home w/a built-in barbecue & water feature, in what is left of the garage.
Home stagin’: Don’t worry about curtains- just paint them on.
Brutal Simplicity Theme