Pink tiled stage toilet? The front entrance 2 meters above the ground? Hilarious snaps prove that some people’s design decisions have zero meaning!
- My Health Gazette shared the design of these weird homes that don’t make sense
- During the blockade, many decided to improve their homes
- But these interior design choices are just as strange to each other
For at least one blockade, we all thought we were a little DIY guru.
Well, even if this wasn’t you-these snaps certainly show what some people did-and it backfired with strange design ideas that didn’t make sense.
My health gusset From doorless toilets with toilets on pink tiled stages to stairs that lead nowhere, we shared these ridiculous snaps from around the world showing the weirdest house design …
Or is it a shower toilet? A toilet with a roll that can be taken out from the lid? Or is it the toilet in front of your neighbor?
But that’s not all. One homeowner puts a second front door just above the door you entered.
Here’s the weirdest design choice that casts doubt, what the hell are they thinking?
As the kitchen decor progresses, this will take the cake … and it will definitely wake you up in the morning!
This staircase can definitely be categorized as a “centerpiece” … a very hairy way to decorate the stairs in your home
Neighbors are scared to look out the window every day. This toilet is foolishly placed right next to the window and no one is blind.
Do you want to perform? Is there a need for this toilet stage, which is completely floor-to-ceiling covered with pink tiles?
The homeowner decided that he needed a second door … but placed it on top of the other doors, about 2 meters above the ground.
The bathroom is definitely a place where you need your privacy, but this is a bit overkill …
Stairs to Heaven: I’m not sure who preempted this design, but imagine a toilet in the middle of the night, navigating yourself to get to this toilet.
Who is blue cheese?These flooring tiles look horribly edible, but this may be intentional … or not
New homes often offer logistic challenges and it can be difficult to install all the important appliances. One way to solve this is to leave the refrigerator in place and lift it off the ground.
This homeowner obviously wanted to be creative with the shelving unit and the placement near the door-and it’s certainly unique.
The aesthetics of safety are evident when homeowners decide that it is more important for a quilted design to be placed in the kitchen than in a living room, where the risk of fire is much less.
This cafeteria-style bath is certainly eye-catching, especially on the red, white and black stairs
This takes the use of natural and soil materials in everyday work to a new level … how can someone sit on a rock and go to the bathroom?
Another slightly bizarre theme option for the toilet is the purple frills that line the toilet seat and the purple shark sitting on you when doing business.
Design fails: Usually such a magnificent entrance welcomes guests with a luxurious staircase in front of them, but there was a clear misunderstanding as now only one door works.
There are stupid stairs and dangerous stairs like this-everyone living in this house wouldn’t want to trip them up and down in the middle of the night.
Another great toilet location option, but this time the shower placement allows homeowners to kill two birds with one stone.
No, it’s not an accident, the tree hasn’t fallen into this house-the wooden beams were intentionally placed there