10 Home Decor Trends To Thank Baby Boomers For

Does anyone else sometimes just want to take a flat surface and scrape these off? Or am I the only one? Also, popcorn ceilings are hard to clean and paint, and they make a room look cheap.

1. Popcorn Ceilings

Gasp, a toaster without some stupidly patterned koozie thing? Deplorable!

2. Appliance Cozies

Patterned wallpaper is too busy and can look tacky sometimes. Just use a single color of paint.

3. Patterned Wallpaper

We get it, you wish you lived on a beach or somewhere more beautiful. Things won't get better with these "windows" that look awful.

4. Fake Windows

Linoleum floors may have looked good for the first few years, but as time goes on, they get bent and lose their color.

4. Linoleum Floors

Bathroom carpet looks just as gross as the germs it gathers. Not only that, but it smells. Please do everyone a favor and replace the fuzzy seat covers with tile or wood floors.

4. Carpeted Bathrooms

If your guests are drowning in throw pillows, then you have too many.

5. Too Many Throw Pillows

Oh, I've got a good idea! Let's make little screens out of our curtains. That won't make us look pompous at all!

6. Valances

Wood paneling, especially fake wood paneling, might have been popular in the 1960s and 1970s, but now it's just an ugly.

7. Wood Paneling

If your guests can't tell where your walls end and your couch starts, you might have a problem.

7. Everything Matching

Couches with lots of small flower prints look like they are trying too hard to be stylish.

8. Floral Couches

Drapes are just heavy, oppressive curtains that don't add enough to any room to justify having them.

9. Drapes

All they do is take up room. Another idea that doesn't get much support is that they're not even that pretty.

10. Decorative Plates