Coloured bathroom suites are the most hated design trend in the home according to almost a quarter of Brits.
A survey put together by Property Rescue found that 23% of the country wish to flush the pink sinks and blue loos away from the modern home.
The 60s trend led the way as the worst of interior trends, narrowly beating woodchip walls, which one in five highlighted as the worst trend.
Bathroom decor was popular among the list of hates, with bathroom carpet completing the top three worst aspects of interior design in the home.
However, design fails across the entire house were targeted by Brits, as the likes of Artex ceilings, floral furniture and even taxidermy all featured among what Brits hate most in the home.
Danny Nieberg, Director at Property Rescue said, “Design within the home is always subjective, but it’s fair to say that Brits really won’t be fitting green toilets into their bathroom anytime soon.
“What people should be aware of though is that some of the more widely regarded out-of-date trends can put prospective buyers off a purchase.”
46% of people would be put off purchasing a home if they saw one of their most hated trends while viewing.
It’s perhaps a strong indicator of the market in which first time buyers particularly are wanting to move into a ready-made home more than ever before.
The top five most hated interior design trends can be found below, with the full study available at: https://www.propertyrescue.co.uk/useful-guides-articles/interior-design-nightmares-what-you-want-to-see-flushed-away/
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