Monster House is a show where a team of 5 or so people go into a house while the family camps outside in a RV. The team remodels a few rooms in the house to fit a theme. The designs are usually outrageous and always come down to the last second.
We were hoping no one used it before we finally got around to buying a house in the area. We honestly wanted to submit the idea for ourselves.
Moving a lot can suck...
Can't wait to see what they pull off.
I know! How about having the bar rotate like a Gravitron? That way, when guests puke, the upchuck flows uphill, and into a special "catch tray". There'd be no mess to clean up!:)
-Carousel Dining Table
-Rollercoaster Sliding Board
-Midway Game/Ball Toss/Castle Fireplace
lol-(if i was really worried about the show being spoiled what a great life that would be- having nothing more important to worry about)
The future house was falling apart after the build. They did a "Monster House Revisited" on that one. The owners were trying to sell it, and not having any luck. The roof (which looked like a UFO had crashed into it) leaked when it rained, and the rest of the decor would just turn people off.
I'm not at all surprised they were having a hard time selling the future house, even if the UFO didn't leak. Who wants that crap all over their house? It would be one thing to keep the theming isolated to a rec room or basement, but that Future one was ALL OVER the main living spaces of the house (As are many of the MH projects). I've always suspected that these 'fun' makeovers equate to shooting yourself in the foot equity-wise, though personally I wouldn't mind having just the bedroom from the Vegas episode. I wouldn't even let Trading Spaces within a hundred feet of my home, much less monster house.
Even this relatively minor amusement park makeover would require several thousands of dollars to undo when they went to sell the house.
I thought it was interesting Steve said 'we can't build an actual ride'. Seems to me the carousel was an actual ride, so why couldn't they build a roller coaster? That would've been worth seeing, though the slide was a nice touch. Surprisingly fast, too.
the build. They did a "Monster House Revisited" on that one. The owners were trying to sell it, and not having any luck. The roof (which looked like a UFO had crashed into it) leaked when it rained, and the rest of the decor would just turn people off.
Was that the one where they put that hugew fan on the rook with water spraying down? Gosh that was so ugly.
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