Normal is boring, that’s the age old saying that many people live up. For some people, such as home designers, they go overboard on completely flip things around. The result? Well, we have interesting and truly impressive works of art. If you’re in the mood of checking out these things for inspiration, or you just want to entertain yourself in the quirkiness of other people, then here are some inverted designs that will completely blow your mind.
Ever wondered what if feels like when your house is flipped upside down? Well, wonder no more, as you can experience it yourself. This upside down house in Niagara Falls is probably the second best attraction in the area, with the Niagara Falls the best one, of course.
This upside down house is called “die welt steht kopf”, a German for ‘upside down world.’ It is located at Trassenheide, in Usedom Island, Germany. It promises to bring confusion inside your head the moment you step inside its doorway.
This upside down White House is found in Wisconsin, and it’s easily one of the best roadside attractions you will find in the Midwest. The best thing about this attraction is you can experience it yourself. Yes you read it right, it’s open for public viewing, definitely a great item to include in your Midwest trip itinerary.
This one gives an entirely literal undertaking of the phrase ‘flipping houses.’ What is even more fascinating about this real estate property is how perfectly balanced it seems, as it stands in the tip of its roof.
This one’s not really a house, but a sculpture that resembles a church. Nevertheless, it carries the same fun and fascinating upside down feeling. Located in the waterfront of a park in Vancouver, Canada, this is just one of a couple of upside down houses you will find in the park.
This one is located at the same park as number 5. Again, it’s more a sculpture than a building or house. It is said to be specifically designed to root out the evils of the world.
When we think of pyramid, we think of the colossal ancient buildings that stood against the test of time. Well, this one completely turns everything around, as the pyramid is turned upside down. Actually, the structure is meant to look like an hourglass, as the remainder of its body is reflected by the pool.
This unusual fashion boutique in Warsaw is especially designed by design firm Smallna for clothing line ‘Risk. The store is made to look like an upside down living room, as its ceiling is installed with all the things we normally see in living rooms.
Showers are either affixed to the wall or handheld, right? Well, this one doesn’t conform to the norm, as it defies gravity by shooting water from the ground, up. Designed by Danny Venlet, this so called Viteo shower is a perfect outdoor shower next to your pool.
These upside down planters are actually plastic bottle hanging tomato planters. It’s so easy to make and helps you save space, as you can hang it virtually anywhere, such as your front porch or deck. A little work and you get fresh produce. A lesson you can teach to your kids.
Another beautiful planter that holds a beautiful orchid. This one hangs in an apartment balcony in Tokyo. A great way to beautify your view in the window against the urban jungle of the city.
This upside down garden is strategically placed beside the window for sunlight, and of course, in the corner to utilize that underutilized space. It’s a perfect addition for kitchen corners and balconies. Goes to show you don’t need a lot to beautify a space in your home.
Not enough space for your herbs in your kitchen? Why not hang your potted herbs upside down? This project serves multiple purse; it obviously makes storage and cooking convenient, and it beautifies your kitchen.
Confuse your guests with upside down furniture and fixtures inside your home. You can start with small and simple things, such as an upside down shelf, holding books upside down. That’s one way to decorate your wall as well.
This may not seem a doable project for everybody, but an image of a dining room with an upside down tree on the ceiling that holds light and functions as a rustic and beautiful chandelier is definitely worth sharing.
Confuse your guests with an upside down staircase. One good way to beautify your hallway as well, and maximize space. The real staircase is actually on the other side.
This upside down umbrella may look ridiculous, but once you learn how to use it, you will realize its convenience, and benefits. The hook in the handle definitely makes a whole lot of difference in terms of convenience.