Ready to turn your world on its head? Look no further. The “Crazy House” in Affoldern, Germany will leave you more disoriented than you can possibly imagine. Three friends came up with the idea to build the tourist attraction, which cost about 200,000 euros and took some six weeks to complete. It only opened last month, so click on when you’re ready to begin the tour.
There’s something weird happening in this house…
The living roomFirst off, the living room. Don't get too comfy on that upside down couch - one wrong move and you'll be face-planting the ceiling. If you manage to find a pose that works though, we hear inverted television is a blast! REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
The dining roomThe problem with living in an upside down house? Having to keep the furniture from crushing your entire family (you get used to it). On the plus side, you'll finally have the sculpted shoulders you've always wanted. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
The bedroomsIt's great that your kids can't jump on the bed — too bad you can't sleep on it either though. And since you can't get to the couch, it looks like you'll be catching some Zs in the spine-bending slant of the roof. Comfy! REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
The kitchen"Honey you have a little something on your...forehead." And just TRY passing the salt. Good times. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
The bathroomA word of warning: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THE UPSIDE DOWN TOILET. Basic laws of physics make this extremely unpleasant. If you're looking to take a 3-second shower though, just flush. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
The front yardLike what you see? You can check out the official website, right here. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach