What about the bathroom? You would think this would be fairly straightforward too. There are certain things we’ve come to expect like a toilet, sink and perhaps a shower or bathtub. Usually the flooring is tile, and there’s often tile on the walls too. You know, easy to clean surfaces and surfaces that can handle getting wet. Privacy – that’s another thing we’ve come to expect from bathrooms.
Not all bathrooms are what you’d expect. In fact, we’ve seen some pretty bizarre setups. We’re not sure what was going through the minds of the people who designed these 17 bathrooms, but their decision-making skills are certainly questionable. It’s amusing to look at the pictures, but we don’t have any plans to use any of these bathrooms any time soon.
Stairs to the Throne
This looks like a pretty precarious way to get to the toilet. We’d hate to have to climb these stairs in the middle of the night.
That’s not wallpaper. That’s a real aquarium.
Toilet Paper Everywhere
This is a little overwhelming.
Talk about zero privacy. This really isn’t a bathroom; it’s an everything room. I think I’d want to at least put up a curtain.
Teeny Tiny Toilet
This reminds me of the movie Elf. Either this man is really tall, or this toilet is ridiculously small.
I’ve never understood carpet in a bathroom. Tile is so much more practical around water. This, this is even more confusing.
Why Even Have Doors?
Sure, there are doors, but they’re not doing their job. Couldn’t they be, you know, lower?
Who are the chairs for? I don’t know about you, but I don’t think most people don’t want an audience when they’re in the bathroom.
The Illusion of No Privacy
Sure, we know, nobody can see into the bathroom, but we’ve never considered people-watching in the bathroom. Hmm.
Too Many Faucets
We thought toilet paper everywhere was overwhelming, but this is worse. Which one controls the hot water?
The Out-of-Place Toilet
Not only is this toilet open to the kitchen, but it’s also right next to a window. We’re missing some walls and curtains.
Hope You Don’t Have a Fear of Heights
I’m getting a little woozy just looking at this picture.
We’re not sure how you’re expected to actually be able to sit on this toilet.
This must have been a DIY job. We think this idea is better in concept than execution.
We might actually prefer the aquarium walls to the fishbowl toilet tank.
Misplaced Toilet Paper
We know we complained about having too much toilet paper, but at least it was easy to reach. This requires planning ahead.
Maybe there’s a point in having a sink that’s too small to actually use, but we’re not sure what it is.
What’s the most bizarre bathroom you’ve ever seen?