Briargrove 05/21/15 4:45pm Houston Home Listing Photo of the Day: Hone Sweet Hone by CALwords Home Decor, Homes for Sale, Interiors 15 Comments Tweet 6206 Terwilliger Wy. [HAR] 77057, Briargrove, Home Decor, Homes for Sale, Interiors
“A man’s home is his castle” is just an expression, not a design requirement.
Another fine example that money does not equate to taste.
We’ll see who’s laughing when the Frankish start storming the gates.
Nice of them to name the road after Sideshow Bob. There should be 100 rakes placed in the back yard.
Native Houstonian, you know who always says that, people that have no money. And people who’s house is decorated from the “Home Decor” section of Target.
What absolutely hideous kitchen.
Target has some nice stuff these days.
@ Commonsense: Actually, I have a little bit of money. I also have a little bit of taste. And, with both of these, I can hire a designer that helps me blend that which I like and that which will be good for resale. These people obviously have a lot of money, but lack the taste and common sense to hire a designer that would help them make choices that would appeal to a broader audience. Just my two common cents.
That kitchen make me want to vomit. Everything in this house looks like a cheaper version of Restoration Hardware.
NH writes “these people obviously have a lot of money, but lack the taste and common sense to hire a designer that would help them make choices that would appeal to a broader audience.”
My guess is that “these people” would be the Realtor who haphazardly staged the place. This is a new build that has likely never been lived in by a family who had an opportunity to hire a designer (insert eye roll and exhausted sigh here).
Re-do the photography – check the photos while on site to review exposure and color. The home will still be overdone, but won’t hurt your eyes.
Home Depot chateau éclectique. Now we know the kind of décor commonsense likes.
Yes I do like me some of that action, especially the two SubZero fridges and the $10k Wolf stove.
My good friend lives across the street from that place. That house has no business on that lot or on that street. It was built as a spec house during the absolute peak of the market and the builder lived in it for about 6 months when he couldn’t sell it.
“Bennigan’s style dining”?