Do you get tired of perfectly staged pictures of homes? Even if you live in a pristine manner, there will be some signs of human life. Let’s lovingly call them gaffs.
Check out this Rocio Romero modern home exterior, followed by the owners’ kitchen picture. Your challenge is to record 10 gaffs and compare them with our results.
Where are the kitchen gaffs?
- Pot Cover – There’s a pot on the burner, with a top that clearly fits another sized-pot. We have been guilt of this crime before, you?
- Plants – Notice the plants over the cabinets and to the left of the sink. As not exactly perfect specimens, they resemble ones in many homes.
- Towel – The towel hanging from the oven has been, gasp, used. It’s located correctly but is dingy and lacks a color pop.
- Knife – Here’s an empty knife block save one ready to use. Either remove the block or find volunteers willing to share the block.
- Water container – Why would a shoot include a plastic vessel, shown next to the counter plant? It’s the Arizona desert, after all.
- Window ajar – A little window sheds light on the kitchen counter. From what we see, it’s half-open and revealing some kind of fencing outside.
- Books – Check out the books inserted in the closed part of the window. Maybe those could lodge somewhere else for now.
- Candle set – The candle holder sits unused and sans candles, above the cabinets. Place it on the island with some candles for the shoot.
- Banana – We love the single over-ripe banana, sitting lonely in a larger bowl on the kitchen island. It’s crying out for fruity friends.
- Island – The blue colored counter and island are glorious. Why not use the empty island as a food display for snacks or more?
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