A few months ago, we at Bored Panda released an article about questionable architecture but this time we're focusing on something more... personal.

The Facebook group "That's it, I'm home shaming" calls for people to share the ugliest interiors and exteriors of homes they wish they'd never seen, and many have accepted the invitation.

Currently, the group has 110K members.

"Here, one can gag at the ghastly floor to wall color combinations," its 'About' section says. "Cringe at lawns that use car tires for yard decorations, feel a piece of you die inside because another person hung up a 'Live, Laugh, Love' piece on their wall, and everything house and décor shaming in-between."

"'There is no place like home', in this case, let us hope so."

Continue scrolling to enjoy our hand-picked collection of the group's funniest posts.

More info: Facebook

#1

Hmmm

Hmmm

Call with wife
Me:“Babe I’m at Lowe’s what type of ceiling fan did you want for living room ?”
Wife: “ I don’t care pick what you think looks good”
Me: “ok you sure?”
Wife: “ it’s a fan you can’t screw that up”

The new fan:

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NsG
Community Member
2 months ago

Ok, that's clever AND horrendous1

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We got in touch with the people who look after "That's it, I'm home shaming" and they happily agreed to tell us more about this corner of the internet. The founder of the group, Rhiannon Pfeiffer, came up with the idea for it while she was checking out real estate listings. "I had a lot of free time at work one day and was mindlessly scrolling on Zillow," Rhiannon told Bored Panda. "I came across a home in such poor taste that I decided to make a group about shaming ugly homes and décor for fun."

She thinks "the most popular reason for people shaming homes in this group is the interest we all share in bizarre and out of ordinary things we come across." And I definitely agree that's a big factor — we get the same vibe while going through WTF stock photos or the subreddit "What Is This Thing?"

"We see so many shows on TV about interior design and beautiful homes but we never do see anything on the 'crazy' and 'just plain ugly' houses and décor and I believe that is why we have such a loyal following," Rhiannon explained.

#2

I Think Somebody Had An Affair With The Tile Guy And Needed An Excuse To Keep Him Coming Around

I Think Somebody Had An Affair With The Tile Guy And Needed An Excuse To Keep Him Coming Around

Ryanne Blank Report

Daria B
Community Member
2 months ago

The toilet place is smiling ♡1

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#3

Renovations To A 500 Year Old Castle

Renovations To A 500 Year Old Castle

Nicole Taylor Report

Jo Johannsen
Community Member
2 months ago

No local council objections?1

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"Rhian created this group during the pandemic and invited most of us [admins and moderators], we've been friends since summer camp," Veronica Murphy, caretaker of "That's it, I'm home shaming" added.

"It was a fun way to pass time in quarantine; I think many of us spend countless hours going through houses on Zillow, so it's great to see some of the outrageous things people have found!"

Veronica believes that homes are personal expressions of their owners, and this only makes the bizarre, strange, and downright nonsensical design choices even funnier. "Like why on earth do so many bathrooms have carpet, strange DIY fixes, or hot pink and lime green kitchens?" she asked, laughing.

#4

This Was One In My Local ''dream House Finally Came True'' Group. She Hopes That She Inspires People Through Her Home Pictures

This Was One In My Local ''dream House Finally Came True'' Group. She Hopes That She Inspires People Through Her Home Pictures

Guinevere Tampi Report

SentimentAndBadJokes
Community Member
2 months ago

I'd hate to see her nightmares.1

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#5

Rawr!

Rawr!

Paula Saint Ours Report

Otter
Community Member
2 months ago

I love that someone had the chutzpah to do that!1

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From what she has seen on the group, moderator Faline Ivaneko thinks carpeted bathrooms and kitchens are actually what gets submitted the most. "We get a lot of wacky, fun, and cringey things posted and some people hate them, and some people love them!" she said. "We're not entirely a shaming group because people are allowed to express whether they love a home/decor or not in the comments.

"We also have Whatever Wednesdays, where people are allowed to post homes they love, or even their own home renovations," Faline added.

Faline describes the members of the group as "very fun."

"The comments section can be hilarious and almost everyone has a great sense of humor. We, of course, do get some rotten eggs but our wonderful admin/mod team are quick to clean up the comments and remove anyone being mean or hateful," she explained.

"Overall it's a super fun group if you want to get a laugh, see some really wacky homes and decor, or even get inspiration for your own home."

#6

Balcony

Balcony

Osore Osore Report

Gin. No tonic
Community Member
2 months ago

It's kind of cool1

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#7

My Ocd Is Crying

My Ocd Is Crying

Katie Crum Report

mcborge1
Community Member
2 months ago

Developer, so how many windows do you want... Client, yes.1

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Rhiannon Pfeiffer and Veronica Murphy agree with Faline's description of the group members.

"The community of 'That's it, I'm Home Shaming' is such a fun group to be a part of," Rhiannon said. "It is really an indescribable feeling when someone is able to share a picture or video they took or came across during their day to contribute and share with others in a group you created out of sheer boredom. I love that the group can provide entertainment and make people smile, that is really the end goal here. The members of "That's It I'm Home Shaming" are the extended family I never expected to have, but will always love."

#8

Okay, Okay. This Definitely Counts. The Mold! The Smells! Whyyyyyy?

Okay, Okay. This Definitely Counts. The Mold! The Smells! Whyyyyyy?

Jennifer Jen Ex Report

Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

How many yetis had to die for this?1

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#9

It's Missing The Clock Tower!

It's Missing The Clock Tower!

Architect: "So, what style would you like?"
Client:
Disney Castle.
It's a Small World.
Cape Cod fishing village.
San Francisco painted ladies.
Light House
Ren Faire castle
Hotel Lobby Building
Oh, and... add in a touch of the Kremlin

Bob Harbison Report

Nini* Mini*
Community Member
2 months ago

I like it1

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#10

Don’t Even Know What To Say…

Don’t Even Know What To Say…

Michaeleen Dewey Elliott-Gomez Report

Tomas Holicka
Community Member
2 months ago

My first idea is: sit down and get it rolling really fast by peeing on it.1

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#11

Jairs

Jairs

Hillary Kervin Porter Report

Lunar Bicycle
Community Member
2 months ago

That’s disgusting.1

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#12

It Burns My Eyes

It Burns My Eyes

Heather Lynn Report

Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

Looks light a pack of highlighters exploded.1

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#13

I Hope Someone Got Fired Over This...

I Hope Someone Got Fired Over This...

Emily Berning Grant Report

Vermillion Ace #443
Community Member
2 months ago

😖 burns me up inside!1

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#14

Neighbor Redecorated The Guest Room, She Was Going For The 70's Look

Neighbor Redecorated The Guest Room, She Was Going For The 70's Look

Patty-McCoy Roach Report

Tomas Holicka
Community Member
2 months ago

You can sleep in our "murder bedroom".1

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#15

Shagadelic!

Shagadelic!

Alicia Collins Spaid Report

Gin. No tonic
Community Member
2 months ago

No, just no1

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#16

Third-Gen Share But I Think This Is Where This Post Belongs. Bonus Points For The Flip-Up Floor To Access The Toilet, But Puh-Lease Don’t Leave It Up In The Middle Of The Night

Third-Gen Share But I Think This Is Where This Post Belongs. Bonus Points For The Flip-Up Floor To Access The Toilet, But Puh-Lease Don’t Leave It Up In The Middle Of The Night

Helene Goldson Report

Rose the Cook
Community Member
2 months ago

Just NO.1

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#17

If Barbie Had A Historical Home

If Barbie Had A Historical Home

Rhiannon Pfeiffer Report

Julia Atkinson
Community Member
2 months ago

A fine example of the Pepto-Bismol school of architecture1

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#18

Stop It

Stop It

Lesley Black Report

Andi
Community Member
2 months ago

sorry -- love it!1

Cheri Aline Sydney
Community Member
2 months ago

I love it, too.... The right decor would leave the fireplace as the focal point while making the room cozy and welcoming...1

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Susan Trevaskis-Owen
Community Member
2 months ago

I don't hate it, but I know for a fact I'd be stubbing my toe on the claws on a regular basis.1

Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
2 months ago

I don't love it but I also don't hate it. Certainly different.1

g90814
Community Member
2 months ago

good way to retain and distribute the heat at least?1

Susanna
Community Member
2 months ago

Looks like a possible hommage to the book Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton1

Becky Scherer
Community Member
2 months ago

Exactly what I was thinking...first thing that popped into my head was 'hey! It's Mary Anne!'.1

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Radek Suski
Community Member
2 months ago

I like it1

Pat Bond
Community Member
2 months ago

Clever, just ugly as hell in any house.1

SCamp
Community Member
2 months ago

Geez, why not just make the scoop an open fireplace?1

Awesome Rob
Community Member
2 months ago

Easy to start demolition from within1

Amelia Ashkin
Community Member
2 months ago

We be tripping and knocking our ankles to the wrong direction if hard enough1

Shirley Heyn
Community Member
1 month ago

Well, it probably does meet or exceed all fire codes for a woodstove. . .!1

Evie Grove
Community Member
1 month ago

Ok but I don’t get it.1

Robyn Denton
Community Member
1 month ago

That's so quirky it's cool!1

Thomas Turnbull
Community Member
1 month ago

great toe stubber1

Tami
Community Member
2 months ago

How the heck did they get that in there?1

Sheila Gaylord
Community Member
2 months ago

Recycle,, reuse.1

Josephina Minutolo
Community Member
2 months ago

Clever.1

Martha Higgins
Community Member
2 months ago

The ultimate reuse...and practical. Pretty, it's not.1

Julia Jules Whitelegg
Community Member
2 months ago

I don't dig this.1

Batwench
Community Member
2 months ago

That is cool.1

Helen Johnston
Community Member
2 months ago

safety surround, just needs a barrier at the front1

Sleepyhead
Community Member
2 months ago

If I had an average income and an average house, no. If I hit it big and could afford multiple rooms designated for antics, maybe?1

EJN
Community Member
2 months ago

steam punk sympathies?1

April Pickett
Community Member
2 months ago

Someone is going to trip on that. There will be burns.1

Susan Price
Community Member
2 months ago

I've broken so many toes just looking at this :/1

mamafrog
Community Member
2 months ago

Well, it's a theme I guess.1

F. H.
Community Member
2 months ago

My overactive fireproofing sense really enjoys this.1

Luka Verheijen
Community Member
2 months ago

Get some help.1

Trex
Community Member
2 months ago

its kinda cool. I live in a mining area.1

EzzyStu
Community Member
2 months ago

That’s kinda cool. I live on a farm and I think that would go well in our living room.1

Nikole
Community Member
2 months ago

Did my three year old nephew design this?1

Baked Panda
Community Member
2 months ago

Imagine stubbing your toes on that!!1

Shane S
Community Member
2 months ago

Protect your toes and invest in steel-toe slippers.1

Heather Menard
Community Member
2 months ago

Pretty clever1

udw
Community Member
2 months ago

terrible.1

Terilee Bruyere
Community Member
2 months ago

I love this. I'd quickly break a toe on it, but I love it anyway.1

Lojaz Lauren
Community Member
2 months ago

Imagine kicking your toes on it :(1

CanidaeVulpes
Community Member
2 months ago

I would hit all my toes1

Sabrena Patterson
Community Member
2 months ago

I love this!1

OSA
Community Member
2 months ago

At least you know it's fireproof!1

Mark Howell
Community Member
2 months ago

Would look perfect if the grate for the fire was the excavator bucket.1

Lois Brown
Community Member
2 months ago

WTH??1

Seabeast
Community Member
2 months ago

I could see someone tripping over the teeth on the bucket, but otherwise this is a sound idea. Fully fireproof and well away from any walls.1

AzKhaleesi
Community Member
2 months ago

That's gonna be super fun to stub your toes on1

Hugh Walter
Community Member
2 months ago

That's brilliant; the bucket will soak-up abd store/double the heat output and it's clearly a hub to other rooms, with plenty of space to walk round, easy-clean floor and an inspired idea to use the arm as a chimney! AND . . . kittens can sleep in the hollows between the teeth!!1

Mz Phit
Community Member
2 months ago

Mike Mulligans steam shovel!1

An Co
Community Member
2 months ago

So,the metal stove generates heat, which of course is easily transmitted to metal. In other words, when this thing is on, you cannot step on the shovel head, as you will burn your feet.1

Queen Metapha
Community Member
2 months ago

Not very pretty but actually really clever.1

ThoughtsAreNotFacts
Community Member
2 months ago

Not for me personally, but I like this!1

James016
Community Member
2 months ago

This is the least offensive so far.1

Richard Savage
Community Member
2 months ago

I think it's awesome, and I wouldn't want it in my house.1

Brian Bennett
Community Member
2 months ago

Is that class or what! I'm going with or what!1

ƒιѕн
Community Member
2 months ago

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Chris Longski
Community Member
2 months ago

Cool.1

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#19

A Tiny Stairway To Nowhere

A Tiny Stairway To Nowhere

Ron Groom Report

Chris Longski
Community Member
2 months ago (edited)

Put potted plants on the stairs to nowhere !1

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#20

Nothing Good Can Come Of This

Nothing Good Can Come Of This

Colleen Miller Report

Dorothy Parker
Community Member
2 months ago

Steps to nowhere?1

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#21

Only In Montana

Only In Montana

Michael Storace Report

Jo Johannsen
Community Member
2 months ago

Innovative...way to blow up/burn down your house.1

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#22

It’s A Bath, It’s A Bar, It Would Be A Health Violation Outside The Home

It’s A Bath, It’s A Bar, It Would Be A Health Violation Outside The Home

Jonny D Welch Report

ZombieGirl
Community Member
2 months ago

I am so confused1

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#23

Well Ok Then

Well Ok Then

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s. vitkovitsky
Community Member
2 months ago

Deliberate by owner or tagged?1

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#24

Completely Reasonable

Completely Reasonable

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mcborge1
Community Member
2 months ago

Now you can tinkle on the ivories whilst you tinkle on the porcelain.1

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#25

Waterloo, NY

Waterloo, NY

Ryan David Report

ƒιѕн
Community Member
2 months ago

I'd do that..... maybe.1

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#26

I Mean It’s Unique ??

I Mean It’s Unique ??

Katia Georgina Lepe Report

Rose the Cook
Community Member
2 months ago

Have fun cleaning it.1

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#27

Vacuums Are The New Lawn Gnome...

Vacuums Are The New Lawn Gnome...

Ashley Renard Report

Monday
Community Member
2 months ago

Oh come on, at least put some googly eyes on them1

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#28

Anyone Want To Sleep With Clowns And Ride A Chicken? In Nova Scotia

Anyone Want To Sleep With Clowns And Ride A Chicken? In Nova Scotia

Jaime Jay Report

Chris Longski
Community Member
2 months ago

Maybe I have bad taste but I think it's cool. Astonishing woodwork.1

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#29

If The Dirty Dishes Start Piling Up, There's Always The Bathtub

If The Dirty Dishes Start Piling Up, There's Always The Bathtub

Nur Fenrizara Zahra Sukma Report

boredpanDaman
Community Member
2 months ago

gross!1

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#30

Local Find With Additional Bathroom In Basement. I Drive By This House All The Time And I Wonder Why Hasn't It Sold Yet When The Market Is So Hot!

Local Find With Additional Bathroom In Basement. I Drive By This House All The Time And I Wonder Why Hasn't It Sold Yet When The Market Is So Hot!

Nicole Vélez-Jones Report

Anne
Community Member
2 months ago

Toilet above the main sewer line probably1

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