25 Times Interior Designers Went Beyond Good Designs And Did Not Keep Things Simple

Interior designs are all about keeping things simple and being aesthetically pleasing. But some interior designers complicate things. They don’t believe in simple things, and end up destroying the delicate balance between form and function.

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Up the drain it goes from r/funny

 

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Today my mom hit her toe with this and was bleeding.. I hate this kitchen so much from r/CrappyDesign

 

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Why is there wood separating the hallway In half from r/CrappyDesign

 

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This shower has blinds instead of curtains from r/CrappyDesign

 

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Steps that you can’t see from r/CrappyDesign

 

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You guys hate carpet in the bathroom? I can one up that. My parents have a bathroom with carpet that goes up the bathtub walls! Bonus points for the terrible wallpaper. from r/mildlyinfuriating

 

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My uncle’s house got a bathroom without a door, literally the first thing you see when you enter the house from r/CrappyDesign

 

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Toilet room design from r/ATBGE

 

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I think my stairs fit here from r/CrappyDesign

 

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My friend’s under-the-stairs “bathroom” where the toilet is diagonal and partially installed into the carpeted wall. from r/CrappyDesign

 

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This “Form over Function” kitchen in my apartment… from r/CrappyDesign

 

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Middle class fridge. Lower class aesthetic. from r/mildlyinfuriating

 

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Can’t stop thinking about this sink. from r/CrappyDesign

 

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My grandma’s bathroom… from r/CrappyDesign

 

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Who says crown molding is overdone? from r/ATBGE

 

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Imagine the scrubber you’d need for that bad boy from r/ATBGE

 

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This entire kitchen’s counters and backsplash are covered with this “faux mold” tile. from r/CrappyDesign

 

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I almost fell down and rolled my ankle on this from r/CrappyDesign

 

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The bathroom door of the new place my girlfriend and I just moved into. I was sat at the dining table when I took this from r/CrappyDesign

 

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Yup, the fridge fit boss. from r/NotMyJob

 

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All it needs is a juke box and a soda fountain from r/ATBGE

 

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New kitchen style from r/ATBGE

 

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It’s not a mirror, it’s a doorway from r/CrappyDesign

 

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