The upper balcony looks pretty sweet, right? A perfect spot to relax and enjoy the fresh air. But the lower balcony? If you’ve ever played Sims, this kind of setup will look familiar.
We were unapologetic indulgers of that evil pastime of putting sims in a room or on a balcony and then taking away the door to see how they deal with the situation. But it’s not the kind of thing we ever expected to see in real life.
This construction is a perfectionist’s nightmare. When we hire a contractor and his team, we rely on them to build our house properly and safely. After all, they are the so-called experts in their field. From measurements to space, we are confident that they can do the job perfectly. But how did this happen?
The walls are not aligned and it’s obvious that their measuring tools were not properly used, otherwise, the walls would, you know, line up.
This building stands strong with all its might, but if you take a closer look, you’ll spot the one and only window on the side. There’s a definite Being John Malkovich vibe to this construction.
Who installed that lonely little window? And why? Another architectural fail with a fascinating backstory we’re dying to know.
Large and Bold Prints
The 1960s were all about being free and enjoying the world around you. Unfortunately, some of that indifferent attitude also entered home design. The ‘60s really saw the rise of bright, bold patterns scattered across a room. After all, it was a time to live, so why not make their houses as crazy as possible?
Unfortunately, those bright, floor-to-ceiling patterns aren’t a long-lasting decision. Not only are you bound to get dizzy after a few months of looking at that every day, but it also makes it difficult to create a comfortable, cohesive space.
The Futuristic Look
If you’re stuck in the present, you really shouldn’t try to live in the future. Unfortunately, these interior designers didn’t get the memo. Some designers opt for chrome finishes and sculpted side tables to really bring out that futuristic look.
The pieces never combine well with each other and the overall aesthetic is sterile and cold, rather than futuristic. If you’re aiming for a futuristic look, why not try something industrial instead?