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30 Inexplicable Kitchen Designs

Strange things happen when people try to improve or otherwise modify their kitchens. It's even worse when the landlord does it with little thought as to how their ideas will affect tenants. Really, the kitchen above has to be a rental! And who thought this was a good idea?



The gallery of images includes the way-too-common toilet or shower in the kitchen, which speaks to limited plumbing options. There are also some interesting decor decisions that will make you laugh, in a ranked list at Bored Panda.

And if you're into that sort of thing, they also have 30 bathroom design fails. 


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I ran into a clearance problem with our old kitchen remodel. We knew about it, but the layout and location of the plumbings dictate a certain compromise with a bank of drawers and the dishwasher. The dishwasher won out in the end, because we could live without a bank of drawers but couldn't live without a dishwasher!
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I'm fairly sure that the second picture is stretching the definition -- I don't think it's actually a kitchen as it looks like just about every doctor's office I've ever been in.
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When I'm laying out the kitchen for a customer's house plan I always try to remember clearances between kitchen islands, dishwasher, oven, fridge, and lower cabinet doors. If a customer comes in with a sketch, I'll lay it out in my drafting program and let them know whether it will work. Unless the customer has worked in home construction, most don't understand or know about clearances. So far, I've never had to drawing bathroom fixtures in a kitchen :^ }
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