WORST INTERIOR TRENDS OVER THE YEARS
THERE HAVE BEEN SOME ABSOLUTE SHOCKERS COME AND GO OVER THE DECADES
Bizarre interior would’ve featured in your parents house, grandparents house — unfortunately, they graced many a neighbourhood.
Style have decided to play a greatest hits album of the worst interior trends.
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Yes, that nasty, off-green colour doused kitchens far and wide, leaving a big, bright splash of colour.
Avocado appliances were also a fun memory of the 1970s, incorporating fridges, ovens and more in the extremely memorable colour.
FUZZY TOILET COVERS
How could you forget? So fuzzy! In every colour! With the matching toilet rug, shag carpet-style wrap for the bottom of the toilet, it was a match made in heaven.
The ultimate in bachelor pad living, inflatable furniture was a nod to impractical, yet highly cool interior styling.
You could take it in the pool, you could take it inside, you could wipe food off it with a dishcloth — what’s not to love, right?
Let’s not forget that you can get inflatable furniture in a variety of different colours, including particular favourites — fluorescent.
ROUND BEDS (YOU CAN THANK THE ’60S FOR THIS)
This seems questionable in a range of different areas.
Impractical when arranging a room and a little bit odd to sleep on, it’s hard to find a round bed to purchase these days.
It seems that the round bed trend has passed with the past few decades.
Some people say it’s comforting, some say it’s yuck.
With the amount of carpeted bathrooms popping up in today’s homes, I’d say most are falling to the latter.
Soapy splashes from baths, toothpaste stains, and the inevitable drops around the toilet base are a little harder to take care of with a carpet than tiles or lino.