The pale purple color invaded homes across the country, covering walls, ceilings, rugs, couches, lamps, all of it! And frankly, we feel that there is really is no need to tell you why you should avoid covering your home in pale purple.
The reason this became a trend in the first place can probably be linked to Georgia O’Keeffe’s death in 1986. After she passed away, a lot of her work became very popular, and as you probably know, mauve is a predominant color in her sunset and desert earth-themed paintings. And that’s where mauve should’ve stayed – in a painting.
Why Does This Exist?
Conversation pits sound like a bad social situation, but it was once considered a design feature that changed the architecture of your home. In the middle of a normal room, the floor would drop into a pit with built-in seating. When dinner parties would end, all the participants would head to the conversation pit to end the night.
Thankfully, normal living rooms serve the same purpose as the conversation pit. Plus, they don’t require cutting a hole into your perfectly fine floor.
What’s With All the Missing Doors?
This house deserves a shout out for its hilariously poor design. If we consider the overhang and the stairs, it’s safe to assume that they’d lead us to, oh I don’t know, a doorway! Maybe there was one sometime in the past… which leaves us wondering where it went, and why the occupants don’t need doors anymore.
Whatever the reason, this house looks as absurd as it does mysterious. We hope there’s a functional door somewhere.
We're wondering what exactly the architect of this bank was thinking? Is it a new way of making sure no one reads your pin-code? Is this one of those new designs that force you to get a workout to get what you want out of it? That’s a pretty decent climb and solid squat you have to engage in to get your cash.
It may not be the most comfortable or convenient ATM in the world, but your glutes will thank you later!
For Flying Cars Only
Okay, we understand the excitement. Flying cars are going to be pretty boss. But it’s still just a tad bit early to go installing a garage on the second floor of your house… and a massive, double garage at that!
Tip: You need to save a lot of moola before you can purchase a flying car, and you have to wait a couple more years before its launch (if it’s even approved for public use).