10 Epic Bedroom Design Fails That’ll Haunt Your Dreams






A bedroom is a sanctuary of sorts—a place for resting, recharging, and, depending on your love life, revving things up once in a while. So, it’s understandable that you’d want your boudoir decor to make a statement and for it to reflect your personal taste. But while design is very much subjective, some people’s choices objectively baffle the senses.

Want proof? We’ve rounded up some of the craziest bedroom designs on Instagram—and we have to say sweet dreams most certainly are not made of these. In fact, some of them may be nightmare-inducing. They do, however, leave us with some good takeaways about how not to decorate a bedroom.

1. Don’t think too far out of the box (springs)

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Rise and Shine! Time for some tetanus.

A post shared by @ pleasehatethesethings on Jan 29, 2019 at 6:06pm PST

We applaud creativity, but can you imagine hitting your head on this in the middle of the night? As commenter michelmdom says, “Think of the rust in your eyes in the morning.”

Anything you hang overhead should be practical and, preferably, something that won’t terrify if you wake in the middle of the night.

2. Consider the creep factor

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Tell me about everything that terrifies you. Now let’s build a bed out of all those things.

A post shared by @ pleasehatethesethings on Sep 11, 2018 at 2:42pm PDT

Speaking of terrifying: Angels + clowns = a room we wouldn’t sleep a wink in if you paid us. As squirrelparade says, “It’s like sleeping in a grave.”

3. Remember, bigger isn’t always better


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WHAT👏IS👏THIS👏BED?!

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We’re not even sure where to begin with this big bed/couch that’s large enough for a co-sleeping family of 20. It’s confusing at best. Elenewithane writes, “Where do you sleep? Which bit??? I don’t get it.”

4. This takes modern farmhouse decor too far

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Horse, epoxy, paint, some lavender laundry thing that only milfs use, tons of makeup, denim in the sun, and hot photo shoot electronics . . . . #decor #homestyle #homeinspo #interior #homewares #homedecor #interiordesign #interiorinspiration #interior4all #homedesign #instahome #interiorstyling #interior123 #flatlay #interiorforinspo #scandinaviandesign #scandinavianhome #scandinavianstyle #ugly #uglyroom #odor #horse #horsegirls

A post shared by Room Smells (@room_smells) on Jan 30, 2019 at 6:20am PST

A popular home decor tip is to bring some of the outdoors inside for a natural, earthy touch. This room takes that too far by at least a nose. On the upside—when you leave a door open and someone asks you if you live in a barn, you can honestly answer yes.

5. Make the tufted calls

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We love a good tufted sofa or headboard, but tufted walls are tough to handle. And the yellow just puts them right over the top.

6. Less is more

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"…and your punishment is to spend eternity in this room. Enjoy!" #uglyroom #badpostcards #hell #70s

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The flowers, the curtains, the carpet, oh my! Talk about sensory overload. We need allergy meds just looking at this.

7. Open concept isn’t always a good concept

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I see you saggy pantyhose doubling as sunken bathtub privacy drapes.

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It’s kind of like the carpet is one big bath mat, and the ceiling mirror is the icing on the cake. Commenter styleitkosher sums it up pretty well, “Wait. What. Why. Why. What. Why??????????”

8. You don’t have to use extra wallpaper on the ceiling


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Guess they had some extra wallpaper border 🙄

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Where was the border patrol here? While wallpaper is back in style these days, this look has never been in nor, god willing, will it ever be. Commenter mskris67 muses, “The store refused to take it back … so they didn’t want to waste it. Lol.” Still, no excuse.

9. If something seems fishy, it probably is

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First of all. No.

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If you’re questioning an unusual design choice, it’s always a good idea to get a second opinion— especially if it involves a fish-filled headboard. Comments on this one are quite amusing. Commenter on.four.legs describes it as “what gangsters really mean by ‘sleeping with the fishes.’”

10. Just say no to bloody decor

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The bedding that started it all. A HUGE thank you to all that have helped and supported me along the way . . . . . . . . . #zombie #zombiebed #itsalive #handprinted #Walkingdead #neversleepalone #dudeiwantthat #gore bed #blood #horror #alternative #goth #monster #canadianartist #silkscreenprinting.

A post shared by melissa (@itsalive.designs) on Jul 18, 2017 at 6:28pm PDT

Want guaranteed nightmares? This duvet set has you covered. Not everyone will run screaming from it, though, as somehow this bedding has racked up dozens of likes. And hey, if their sweet dreams are made of this, then who are we to disagree?

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