How did they let this happen? Hilarious Photos Show Minor Design Flaws That Will Infuriate You
How did they let this happen? These minor design failures infuriate perfectionists – from the doors in the wrong place to the chandelier hanging next to the ceiling rosette
- Minor design failures from around the world compiled by Doc Journal
- Mind-blowing gallery features minor but infuriating planning failures
- A photo shows a church with a misplaced central window on the side
- Another shows a chandelier placed in the wrong place in the ceiling decal
Sometimes it’s not the major mistakes that are the most annoying, but rather the minor mistakes that really make us cringe.
Maddening images, taken by people around the world and collected in a gallery by Documentation Logreveal some minor design flaws that once seen, you can’t ignore.
Among the irritating design failures is a chandelier that was placed in the wrong place in the ceiling molding. Another image shows a house with a porch – and a door installed in the wrong place.
Here, FEMAIL shares the worst minor design failures that are sure to irritate you…
Some people are exasperated by the staggered window of the building in Leipzig, Germany. But according to others, it was deliberately created that way for artistic reasons
This car, spotted in Europe, would probably look great with a go-faster stripe on the hood – if only the placement was so off-center
Once You Notice How Badly This Chandelier Has Been Placed On The Ceiling Of This American Restaurant, You Won’t Be Able To See It
It might take you a second to spot it, but once you do, it will lead to distraction! (Hint, look at the button for the ‘third’ floor)
How could you live with this hob? Every time you turned on the heater you noticed how horribly placed the glass was. If only the builder had noticed too
Whoever installed these pipes came so close to getting it right. They have all the right bends and would have fit perfectly – if only they were the right way around
This house, believed to be in the UK, could be the perfect home for someone – if that person isn’t filled with anxiety every time they have to walk through that misplaced front door
This pizza ad, taken in the UK, left people perplexed. How could anyone approve of a design featuring such a weirdly sliced pizza?
Maybe this one wouldn’t look so bad if it didn’t have glass, meaning you can see the mismatched handles on either side of the door
This home is so close to perfection – the front porch, the semi-circular porch, the classic cream railings. If only the door hadn’t been installed completely in the wrong place.
As this road, thought to be in North America, shows, sometimes it’s worth just scrapping something and starting over, instead of keeping trying to fix it.
The vast majority of people associate the color red with ‘stop’ and the color green with ‘go’, which makes the design of this remote absolutely confusing.