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12/30/22 Real Estate Photos of the Week

Welcome to the December 30th, Studio Vos Friday Real Estate Photos of the Week (#StudioVosPOTW)! Dad joke ahead: see you next year 😩!


Spotify wrapped has arrived, your Instagram is loaded with ads for "dry January," and only real estate agents are answering phone calls. That's right -- 2022 is ending! Here at Studio Vos Blogger Headquarters, we believe in Santa -- not "best of" posts. That noted, our Facebook king has shared his 2022 most popular images here, while our queen of Instagram has placed hers here. Without further ado, here's our latest Friday faves.


Today's shots were commissioned for 3 homes, from 2 agents, and 1 realty office.


#1 (-3) are from 1417 Overhill St in Houston listed by Mel Reyna of the Reyna Group. Are you seeing what I'm seeing? Is this a bathroom or an Instagram post come to life?

The Overhill St bathroom. An Instagram post come to life
The Overhill St bathroom. An Instagram post come to life

Image by Studio Vos


#2 If "clean" were a living room, this is how it would look. It's almost as if the plants know it, too.

If "clean" were a living room
If "clean" were a living room

Image by Studio Vos


#3 It wouldn't be a southern home without a porch and swing. Is that a law? Anyway, it should be. This bench paradoxically adds to the home's modern feel.

The porch swing paradoxically adds to the modern feel
The porch swing paradoxically adds to the modern feel

Image by Studio Vos


#4 (-5) are from Houston's 16 N Wynden Dr 1417 #4. It's listed by David Atkins of Sotheby's International Realty. First off, how does a den look both comfortably inviting for your family and proudly presentable for friends? Second, the angling is perfect!

The N Wynden den. Soooo inviting (for family and guests)
The N Wynden den. Soooo inviting (for family and guests)

Image by Studio Vos


#5 What can I say about doors that Shakespeare hasn't already? If you can't appreciate the infinite variety of fanciable facades that exist -- and the ones that have yet to be created -- then you need to take an art class. Looking forward to hearing your comments below.

A door by any other name would be as sweet
A door by any other name would be as sweet

Image by Studio Vos


#6 Last on our list this week (FYI these are not in any order of best/favorites) comes from Santa Fe, TX. It's 7425 Avenue P listed by Team Red Door Realty Group. Those vaulted ceilings... sheesh! How do photographers get those angles, anyway? I'll save that post (plus a DIY if you want to try) for another day. Don't you love how the natural light floods this living space?

Natural light + vaulted ceilings make this a supreme space
Natural light + vaulted ceilings make this a supreme space

Image by Studio Vos


Want to see more?


Head over to our Facebook page where we like to post behind-the-scenes images. It's also a great place to connect with like-minded real estate photography connoisseurs such as yourself. Alternatively, our Instagram has hundreds of images to spark your imagination.


Happy New Year to everyone except the one person who "down-liked" our last post.


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