These sellers really like floral print wallpaper.
But they won’t be confined. They’ve got variety!
Check it out, this room even has two different floral prints on the same wall!
Upstairs they decided to eschew the floral print and just go with some bright floral colors.
Ever wonder what it would be like to live inside a rose? Wonder no more!
It seems that the sellers’ affinity for bright colors extends beyond decor choices and into their wardrobe as well. Check out all those neons in the closet.
Looks like a dollhouse. Is it the wallpaper or was the listing agent playing with a tilt-shfit lens?
@Valerie: Welcome, Valerie! Always good to, um, “see” new faces here! I love the tilt-shift lens affect that makes full size scenes look like toys. But I didn’t realize you can use them to make toys look full sized. Yup… you’re right. This does look like a dollhouse.
Honesty Disclosure: OK, I admit it… I like the main kitchen/family room combo, at least Pics 4-6 of it, though not so much in Pic 7. Some white wainscoting in the TV area would fix, that, though. (I do wonder, though, is it a bad idea to place that big TV so close to a gas stove?) I also like the long hallway that leads from the kitchen to the French door entry. And the nice collection of period wooden furniture. And the wrap-around porch.
But… someone needs adult supervision the next time they go to the paint and wallpaper store. Really.
It’s a lovely smaller Victorian home, so it’s all the more shame that it sits across a rather narrow street from multiple, small, single story, hospital green, metal sided warehouses. Two blocks of them. And just behind them, railroad tracks. Oh, there’s also the used, er, I mean “reconditioned” appliance shop next door. And what looks like some sort of retention pond with big (gas?) pipes at Norm Nelson, Inc. Potatoes, around the corner.
Truly an unfortunate location for an otherwise nice, if small, Victorian home.