31 July 2010

words fail.

chatty. talkative. verbose.

all terms that have been aptly applied to maison21. yet after viewing the real estate ad for the home of dr. phil, recently put on the market for 16.5 million, m21 is speechless. stunned. without words.

behold:





and for those of you not already stunned senseless, those whose brains somehow have the capacity to process more, you can take the grand tour here.

be strong, chilruns, be strong...

14 comments:

Raina Cox said...

So what would we call that?

Texas Renaissance?

artluvr said...

@Raina, LOL! Perhaps Michael Jackson-esque?

If you think this is bad, you should see what they did every year when they decorated it for Xmas!!! And let's not forget their son married a Playboy bunny. In questions of taste, clearly, apple-tree-fall, not far.

Holly Goes Lightly said...

Vegas, baby. And exactly what I would have expected.

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

Don't know where to start there is just so - so MUCH! I am particularly perplexed by the lighting above the kitchen island - what?

jones said...

Hi Christian, Is "tacky" an apt description? Or should I find some more adjectives? Thanks for the fun. Mary

The Zhush said...

I have some words: "blech", "really!?" and "oy"

Teresa Hatfield said...

Ok, I'll take the dining room, and the desk, and the closet... No words to describe it.
Teresa (Splendid Sass)

David said...

Its dreadful, and exactly what I'd expect from Dr. Phil.

Squeak said...

Holy crap! Does he ever have a lot of ... stuff. Looks like Lifestyles of the Rich and Tasteless.

katiedid said...

Christian....you are right to hold your tongue....I mean ....where would it stop?!?!?!?

Things That Inspire said...

This was not a good thing to look at before going to bed...it will induce a few nightmares. The only thing I saw that I even liked was the onyx mosaic in the master shower.

Those lighting fixtures in the kitchen look like robot cockroaches on the ceiling!

Maybe market this to the Real Housewives of NJ?

jane said...

Once again the old adage has been proven: money does not buy taste.

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The Matters of Style Girls said...

Wow, load-bearing columns as bedposts, that's one I've never seen before!

Bless his heart.