Before signing a contract for a prospective apartment, there are many factors to consider… not the least of which being the emergency exit. In case of a fire, you need to have a safe and viable escape route. This particular apartment building decided to offer the occupants on the upper levels a different kind of exit: one that, in case of emergency, simply offers a different way to die.
Unless you have the presence of mind and ninja skills necessary to notice the missing stairs while you’re running for your life and avoid plummeting into the gap.
Trick of Light
This may have not been done on purpose (although you never know), but the resulting reflection couldn’t be more perfect. We’re pretty sure we don’t need to explain why. However, we do want to commend the interior designer who combined his best styling skills with a great sense of humor, to create this masterpiece of refracted light.
We just hope the homeowners aren’t intimidated while looking at the ceiling. It is a mighty distracting view!
Failing to Support Logic
This load-bearing column at a McDonald’s store is doing a great job of taking up a whole lot of room without actually bearing any load. Whose idea was it to install a giant, dysfunctional object that causes hassle and obstruction, without actually serving a purpose?
Unless McDonald’s is so ahead of its time it’s actually got some kind of magnetic technology going on here, we’d say this is a fail of epic proportions.
Round Beds Just Don't Make Sense
Think about it. If human beings are vertically aligned, why in the world would they want to sleep in a round bed?! It seems nobody thought of this back in 1968 when round beds made their debut in the home design scene. Thankfully, they only lasted a few decades.
If you want to use a round bed as a groovy-looking furniture piece in the living room - go for it. But when it comes to your bedroom and sleeping comfortably, tell your interior designer to please stick to your run-of-the-mill, king-sized, rectangular bed.
Who Actually Thought of Carpeted Bathrooms?
Carpeted bathrooms were all the craze and the ultimate sign of luxury. But as we rethink it, we realize there are fewer things more disgusting and impractical than covering your bathroom with carpeting.
Yes, they looked fantastic when you saw them in a movie, and maybe it seemed comfy to get out of the bathtub and step onto a fluffy carpet. But folks, mildew, and bacteria are no joke...and they will come for you if you have a carpeted bathroom.