Roof Checks Out TOPICS:aerialBothellexteriorroofWA Posted By: Marty E. February 2, 2015 It’s very important to me to know what my house will look like to birds. And 20-foot-tall giants. Very, very important. Also sometimes I need to see what the neighbors’ houses look like to birds, as well.
Someone is having too much fun with their drone. Actually, drone shots are a pretty good idea, although less is often more.
Nice house, otherwise, except I hope the new owners paint over some of the beige. A couple of rooms are a welcome relief from this version of the beige monster, but there needs to be more. It’s bad when your nearly $900K house is mostly decorated like a hotel.
Wow… what a great place to raise kids. Somewhat secluded cul-de-sac, big yard, and an amazing deck and brick patio. Sweet. Now, if we can just ban the picture snapping drones to preserve said seclusion… (On the upside, they’re cheaper than buying clay pigeons for target practice. Cheaper for the one practicing, that is.)
I’m with Frodo once again on the need to “get some help” for both the beigophiles who decorated and the resulting example of beigophilia. Yaaawn! Nor am I too fond of the now ubiquitous sponge daubed paint job and modified keyhole pattern seen in the carpet in Pic 8. (If anyone knows a better name for that pattern, please pass it along.)