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Dr Phil House: The White Trash Palace

The internet is going crazy over Dr. Phil’s ridiculously tacky house that he just put on the market for $5.75 Million. The 6,170-square-foot house features a gun room and trippy staircase. Check out the Dr Phil House.

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The exterior seems like any other house in the neighborhood with yellow walls and tiled roof but the interior will seriously shock you.

Records indicate that the property was purchased in 2007 under a trust associated to Phillip McGraw (Dr. Phil). He has said that the property has been since lived in by his son Jordon.

The purple floating egg chair is not something that you would expect Dr. Phil to be swinging in, but it makes sense that his young and hip son Jordon would possibly like this unique style.

Dr Phil House

It seems as though the decorations are a bit much for me personally. Covering every inch with pop-influenced art is a bit tacky. It would be very interesting to explore this house with its endless items. Perhaps Dr. Phil should invite his son Jordon on the show for their hoarders segments!

Dr Phil House

It does not seem like the house has any sort of color palette or specific style. It is truly all over the place, and has been very lived in.

Dr Phil House

This would be my favorite room for sure, the cuddle room! I do live the deep fuchsia velvet couch but overall it seems dingy. You can tell that this room has been enjoyed as much as I would.

Dr Phil House

Is that seriously paint splattered on the floor? The checkered ceiling seen in the back would also give me a headache. 

Dr Phil House

I hope you enjoyed reading about the Dr Phil house. Furthermore, please leave your thoughts and comments below. Finally, read some other articles like this one on our frontpage. Please let us know which other celeb homes you would like to see.

 

 

Tatjana Faplo
I am a professional writer and editor with a rich history of writing experiences. In the past, I've worked for glossy magazines, branding agencies, creative institutions, architectural and design firms, nonprofit organizations, small businesses, and health foundations.

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