August 5th, 2010

Wall-To-Wall - Family Portrait

Dad felt it would warm up the house.

(submitted by Morgan)

127 Responses to “Wall-To-Wall”

  1. Kazz says:

    How thoughtful to consider that if the Jolly Green Giant stopped by, he might enjoy some nature photography at his eye level.

  2. MMB says:

    Stepford family.

  3. Chelsea says:

    If the cats were actually in this photo, you could have this pic up on the awkward family photos site AND the awkward family pets photos site!

  4. Missy says:

    This is just like an MC Ecsher painting. I can’t make heads or tails of any of their home. Perhaps it is the lighting or the three layers of stairs or the painting that is too modern for this wooden contraption.

    Wait? What did I just say?

  5. Valerie says:

    This is why most men should not be allowed to decorate.

  6. Terry says:

    That would have me climbing the walls . . . .much less the cats . . . .

  7. Steve says:

    There seems to be an M.C. Escher quality to this, but I can’t put my finger on it.

  8. Celia says:

    That’s what you wall wall-to-wall-on-wall carpeting.

  9. mike says:

    Does the carpet matches the drapes?.. wait.. the drapes are carpet

  10. Beth says:

    This reminds me of the stair case on the Brady Bunch!!

  11. Mic C says:

    “Barb, We had a whole half a roll of carpet left over from the Johnson job. That Mrs. Johnson she had to have the best stuff you can buy and she threw a fit about the seams in the closets. And she ordered more than she needed even though we told her. Well, I know a real decorator way to use up the rest of that good carpet…..”

  12. Paulina says:

    Were they trying to make their house look like a giant cat’s scratching post?

  13. Jennifer says:

    It looks like a giant cat scratch toy.

  14. Becky says:

    Is that carpet on the banisters???

  15. Jeanna says:

    Cat’s really rule this one giant stratching post of a house

  16. Jane B. says:

    It’s like a human version of a Kitty Condo!

    Seriously though, this reminds me of my aunt & uncle’s house when I was a kid in the 70′s. They had wall to wall shag carpet (I’m sure it was orange) and the had one of those sunken living rooms where the whole area in front of the fireplace was just a big carpeted pit. 70′s awesomeness at it’s best!

    • britbrat20 says:

      My grandparent’s house has a sunken living room. It seems cozier being a foot below the other rooms for some reason.

  17. meekameek says:

    what a sinister looking bunch they are, something bout the way they are staring down at you and the carpet on the wall is scarey within it’s self….

  18. meg says:

    It’s like a giant cat scratching post…

  19. Candice says:

    Wow! Elaborately awkward!

  20. britbrat20 says:

    Looks like something for cats to climb on. Where are the cats?

  21. Malcolm says:

    Have Staplegun, Will Travel.

  22. Carlos says:

    i’m a little worried that the carpet might match the drapes…

  23. Linda says:

    it looks like a ginormous kitty condo, complete with scratching posts. wow!

  24. Amy says:

    OMG! Their house is a giant cat tree!

  25. MeToo says:

    Here’s the story,
    Of a man named Kenny,
    Who thought carpeting
    Would look on the stairs!

  26. JoeJoe says:

    Sweet. They’re ready when gravity switches sideways.

  27. V. says:

    I would LOVE to know the story behind this one. And a three-armshelf combo!

  28. Linda says:

    Honey, where’s that attachment on the vaccuum for cleaning the rafters?

  29. maryis says:

    First Martha Stewart rule of thumb: sponge painting never looks good in a photograph.

  30. amy says:

    Carpet, hu? Hm. Matching drapes? Love dad’s Thinking Man.

  31. senora_jennifer says:

    I definitely think this was a “dad decision” because mom is probably wondering how she’s going to clean it………

  32. Heatha' says:

    Where are the cats? Those are some of the biggest cat scratch poles I’ve ever seen!

  33. Chad says:

    “Let’s get some cats!”

  34. JerseyPam says:

    Wheel of Fortune answer: Ansel Adams Family Robinson!

  35. Richard says:

    and does the staircase lead to the padded room? Gotta love that light brown 1970′s carpet.

  36. AtlantaPam says:

    What ELSE are you supposed to do with all the left over pieces of carpet?

  37. Denise says:

    Bet the cat loves it!

  38. CarrieM says:

    Looks like the kind of bright idea my beloved husband would come up with….. Sigh…..

  39. erin says:

    mt cats would be thrilled!

  40. Brenda says:

    Looks like the Brady Bunch house (kinda/sort of)

  41. Matt Weiler says:

    you gotta love the 80′s

  42. Lara says:

    WOWZERS! that could easily be the brady bunch house!

  43. Josh says:

    It’s like one of those giant cat climbing towers.

  44. Evelyn says:

    This looks like a big version of one of those “cat trees” that you can buy at a pet store! Too funny!!

  45. steph says:

    How big is their cat that dad turned the house into a giant scratching post?

  46. cl says:

    Does this remind anyone else of the Brady Bunch house?!

  47. Scott says:

    Is that the Brady Bunch house before the rest of the bunch showed up?

  48. Janellionaire says:

    AAAH! It’s like a cat condo! Sweet!

  49. IanK says:

    Is that carpet on the nuel post and landing beams?

  50. Elinor says:

    Great, is that wood-effect-by-sponge on the remaining bits of wall?

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