A LUXURY interior designer has revealed the three things that are instantly making your home look cheap.
So if you want to impress your guests with a chic home, then you’ll need to listen up.
Bilal Rehman, an interior designer, has taken to social media to advise people on the things to avoid in their home.
Posting on TikTok under the username @bilalrehmanstudio, Bilal shared his thoughts on ‘boob’ lights, fluffy furniture and crystal-encrusted sofas.
He said: “Three things making your home CHEAP as F**K.”
He then explained: “Not everything’s got to be vintage, some things can just be trash – I’m talking about them damn boob lights.
“If I wanted to see some boobs, I wouldn’t be at your house, I’d be at the strip club. So ditch them boob lights and buy a bra.”
As well as this, Bilal then shared his thoughts on fluffy furniture.
He added: “Some of y’all don’t even know how to brush your hair – why would you want furniture that you need to brush?
“Tell me why I walked into your house and there was a stray dog sitting on your sofa.
“Turns out that was just a nasty, matted couch.”
Not only this, but Bilal then shared his thoughts on crystal-encrusted furniture.
He continued: “I’m a Swaroski b***h too, but there is a time and a place, and your bed frame or sofa is not it.
“All it takes is for you to pop that fat, juicy a** down and there goes an eye.”
Social media users were left open-mouthed at Bilal’s clip, as it has quickly amassed 29,100 views.
It has 4,316 likes, 53 comments, 246 saves and 27 shares.
Many took to the comments to reveal that they agreed with Bilal.
But at the same time, some explained that they felt attacked by his claims.
One person said: “I feel attacked.”
Another added: “Me currently looking at the (.) light that’s cursing my ceiling.”
At the same time, one user noted: “I agree with all.”
Whilst someone else shared: “I 100% agree with the fur furniture. All of that bacteria and it looks ugly after a while.”
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