Are these the worst interior design fails ever?

Nathan Law

In the age of Instagram, it’s hard to go five minutes without seeing an example of envy-inducing interior design. From minimal spaces to Wes Anderson-esque pastel hues, there are plenty of covetable decor trends doing the rounds right now. But if you want to feel better about your own home, […]

In the age of Instagram, it’s hard to go five minutes without seeing an example of envy-inducing interior design. From minimal spaces to Wes Anderson-esque pastel hues, there are plenty of covetable decor trends doing the rounds right now. But if you want to feel better about your own home, these horrendous interior design fails ought to do the trick.

Reddit page Shitty Housing (which does exactly what it says on the tin) is home to some of the most heinous interior design crimes ever committed, and makes for some pretty painful viewing. If you’re looking to improve your own feng shui, check out the best desks available now.

Interior design fail

Okay, then (Image credit: Aaod on Reddit)

Bored Panda has collated some of the worst offenders from the page, including a garden pond-esque bathtub (above), windows that spell out unfortunate words (below) and no end of makeshift adjustments to allow doors to overcome obstacles such as toilets. Interior design goals, these are not. 

does_this_count from r/shitty_housing

took_care_of_the_bathroom_door from r/shitty_housing

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