Beach Ball Pillows FTW

442 Canterbury Hill St., San Antonio, TX 78209

Wow. Where do you even find furniture like that? The beach ball pillows and almost-matching curtains just really complete the vibe, too.

442 Canterbury Hill St., San Antonio, TX 78209

Apparently it’s some sort of rule for crazy decor that when you get furniture with hideous patterns, you need curtains that match.

442 Canterbury Hill St., San Antonio, TX 78209

If you thought you could escape the crazy patterns in the bedroom, you would be mistaken.

442 Canterbury Hill St., San Antonio, TX 78209

The bathrooms are their own entirely different pieces of work.

442 Canterbury Hill St., San Antonio, TX 78209

So much amazing taste on display in this place.

Found by: Christin C.

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Marty E.

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5 Comments on "Beach Ball Pillows FTW"

  1. They must have an interior decorator in San Antonio that needs to be readmitted. Fix the goofy decor and this is a pretty cool house. I love San Antonio. This is a little too far into town for me, but I could manage if I had a house like this.

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  2. “Where do you even find furniture like that?” Marty, my dear, in this income bracket one does not “find” furniture. One has it made or, at the very least, custom upholstered. As for the rule about “furniture with hideous patterns” necessitating matching curtains, I direct you to Pic 12, wherein we see said hideously patterned furniture without matching curtains. Yes, Virginia, it can get worse.

    Moving along… Did anyone else find themselves humming assorted tunes from “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”? My, my… the place is simply chock-full of froo-froo goo-gaws, not to mention an alternative rainbow of hues the likes of which Mother Nature never envisioned (mostly because the majority are truly horrid). And despite being a feminist, I have to say I must demand any “Mr.” living at this address immediately forfeit his Man Card, sexual orientation notwithstanding. No self-respecting human with a Y-chromosome should ever find himself in – or even near – this place. I say near because even the exterior has not been spared the pink paintbrush.

    I’m not usually one for deed restrictions, but in this case I’d make an exception. Besides the house color, the redevelopment of this lot involved leaving no yard, as well as filling what little space there is between the front facade and the street with a semi-exclusionary stone wall and loads of concrete. A cyber stroll around the area reveals older one and two story upper middle class homes in a number of styles, all with nicely tended yards featuring fairly uniform set-backs from curb and side boundaries. Well, except for this boorish upstart.

    Nope. Realtor… check please!

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  3. @Frodo: Agreed that fixing the decor would help a great deal, as the spaces are nice on their own. I’d also break up most of the concrete out front and rework the otherwise lovely stone wall into something less in-your-face for the neighbors. Between the two fixes, this would be a nice place.

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  4. The description says, “decorated and published by Carleton Varney”!! That name meanss nothing to me, but apparently someone thinks he’s worth bragging about.

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  5. @MsWildhack: To me the real strangeness is that anyone would want his/her name associated with this place, especially publicly. It totally looks like a crack addict with access to a upholstery warehouse took over.

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