“It is ridiculous to lay down to people where a thing should stand, design everything for them from the lavatory pan to the ashtray. On the contrary, I like people to move their furniture so that it suits them (not me!), and it’s quite natural (and I approve) when they bring the old pictures and mementos they have come to love into a new interior, irrespective of whether they are good taste or bad.”
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If you’ve ever wanted to live in a real-life “Haunting of Hill House,” Quibi’s killer new show may be for you.
There’s no ambiguity in the title for the mobile video platform’s new home renovation show: “Murder House Flip.” In each episode, houses where grisly killings took place are renovated for new owners.
It’s the only show where homeowners might think twice about a house with “good bones.” And the first trailer is full of one-liners to die for.
“To afford to move by the beach, we had to buy a house where a guy chopped his wife up,” says one homeowner. (Hey, story of my life, amirite?)
The show’s log line explains “Murder House Flip” is “an unconventional new home renovation show that takes on the country’s most infamous homes: the ones known for mysterious murders committed behind their walls.” In each episode, home renovation experts Mikel
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