One of my favorite “let’s play pretend” real estate finds so far: The Elvis Presley Honeymoon Hideaway in Palm Springs. It is a treasure trove of vintage realness that you’ve come to expect from my tastes, and over-the-top-ness that you all know and love from Elvis’ tastes.
The childhood of Kurt Cobain is totally for sale — if you have $500,000 to spare. Considering the average home price in Aberdeen, Washington is around $80,000, you’ll definitely be paying that extra zillion dollars for the memories. BUT OH WHAT MEMORIES THEY ARE — who WOULDN’T want to live in the room that has a wall that Kurt punched a hole through? I’m serious, Homies. Let’s take a gander…
I’m a huge fan of Kat Von D, but love her or hate her, I think we can all agree her house is awesome. She posted this short tour of the weird and wonderful pieces in her home — all handmade by Etsy shop owners and her artist friends — and the objects are rad as hell. William Morris said: “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful,” and Kat seems to agree.
I was recently told that Leonardo DiCaprio is renting his Malibu beach house this summer for a cool $150,000 a month. Reality aside (because seriously: 150k! A month!), I immediately started thinking of all the things I would do in said beach house.
Move over Snow White’s bungalow, because the newest installation of “amazing dream homes that have popped up on the market that Megan could never afford” is here.
Can we take a minute to talk about our dream homes? I believe we all have (at least) one, right? You know, that one house that you always drive by on your way to work/the grocery store/your favorite vacation spot. That one house that you day dream about owning. You know… if you suddenly came into a million (or more) dollars. That house?
Well, torture upon tortures, my dream house is on the market right now. This is MY “that house”: