Saturday, April 4, 2009

(sound of harp strumming)

If chairs are very very good, and eat all their vegetables, and say their prayers, and don't pick up any coffee stains, then this is where they go when they die.

18 comments:

beckiwithani said...

I guess if you can afford $1.5 million for less than 2,000 sq.ft, you can also afford to hire someone to deep-clean your furniture every week?

Firefly said...

This pic is going to give me nightmares. I can only imagine what havoc my children and dogs would do to this room. It would take less than 5 minutes for them to completely destroy it.

MrsBee said...

White walls and white furniture? EEK.

ShortWoman said...

That carpet is giving me flashbacks to 1992.

Stuart said...

Later that week, it was decided that hosting a red wine and chocolate fondue party for the Epilepsy Club was a really bad idea.

V- said...

All I could think of when I saw it was this commercial:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXsG3xPbOxU

drjim said...

Are these our friend Chair's rich relatives?

Artful Dodger said...

I would buy it, but I wanted white carpeting!

Gail said...

If it had white walls, white furniture, and white carpeting, all it would need is a TV where the chocolate, soap and baked beans flow.

Anonymous said...

@Gail: Tommy, can you hear me? Saw them live two weeks ago - awesome!!

bikerchick said...

ZOMG!!! Is that an *orange* teapot I spy in the white house? However did it sneak in there? Do you think the Missus knows about it? I would have hoped that the realtor might have led off with, "A perfectly neutral palette that makes a backdrop for your things." Heh.

EmperorWatcher said...

making fun of epileptics? I thought your blog was moderated.

Sara said...

It is moderated, EmperorWatcher -- you should see the comments that don't get through. But I'll admit the Epilepsy Club line cracked me up.

Any epileptics out there offended? Let me know.

Jodi said...

Sara, you should hire a dog to sniff out the offensive comments.

Anonymous said...

$1.5 million and evidently a hidden time machine, in which that freaking kitchen came jetting in from 1978?

Don't you want to run in there and cook a monster vat of marinara?

Also, it appears that the fog must be rolling in on the ultra expensive deck/patio/balcony. That or it looks into the great cloud of unknowing...

Anonymous said...

One & a half million & no fridge. I can't believe the number of kitchens that haven't been planned for fridges! (I know it's out in the hall, but that's not very ergonomic.)
Dawne

bungalowbliss said...

That is one big honking microwave!

Kathy said...

Yeah...that is the worst kitchen ever. For that kind of money I'd expect a fridge within handy reach. When we were looking at houses I always said that most of them were designed by guys who clearly never cooked a meal in their lives. So many atrocious kitchens out there...but this is the first I've seen with no spot for a fridge.

And that long long long narrow hallway....claustrophobia kicking in!