TEEN Mom star Chelsea Houska gave fans a glimpse inside her ‘clean’ kitchen and dining room after facing backlash over her ‘ugly farmhouse.’
The reality star and husband Cole DeBoer built their South Dakota dream home together.
Chelsea Houska showed off her ‘clean’ kitchen and dining room onlineCredit: Social Media – Refer to Source
She snapped a photo, revealing that it’s not always like thatCredit: Instagram/downhomedeboers
Chelsea proudly showed off her home on Instagram after much backlash from fans who don’t agree with her design sense.
She shared a snap of her spotless kitchen and dining room, revealing that it’s apparently not a common occurrence.
She captioned the post: “Had to document that it’s clean and I don’t have laundry piled on the dining table for once.”
Fans seemed to relate to the post, with one commenting: “Isn’t that what dining room tables are for”
Another joked: “I thought dining tables were fr laundry not meals”
A third commented: “OMG I ALWAYS HAVE LAUNDRY ON THE TABLE”
While she received positive feedback on her most recent post, that isn’t always the case.
Chelsea’s home – in particular her decor style – has been a hot topic as she and husband Cole built and furnished their dream pad.
The backlash hasn’t stopped her from sharing her home, however.
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Chelsea recently showed off her “favorite” bathroom inside her home, giving fans a pseudo tour via social media.
Earlier this week, she showed off the upstairs bathrooms in her house, featuring a black and white color scheme.
She started by showcasing her massive countertop, which included a large sink with two faucets and a silver soap holder in the center.
On either side of the sink was plenty of space for products and more.
Below the sink were two built-in cabinets and six small drawers.
A wide mirror hung above the sink with wall lights over that and a towel bar on the side.
The bathroom floor is covered in a patterned tile and a white step stool could be seen sitting against the wall for the younger children in Chelsea’s home to use.
The former Teen Mom star said in the clip: “So, this upstairs bathrooms is one of my favorites in the house.
“But it’s also the cleanest because they never use it.
“Watson’s room is up here and so is Walker’s. And Watson makes his way downstairs every night. So he just brushes his teeth down there.”
She moved toward the back half of the bathroom, adding: “I wanted to show it because I linked a similar shower curtain on my LikeToKnowIt, so I wanted to show that we have one just like that.”
The shower curtain in question features a large black-and-white photo of a highland cow.
Outside the shower, fans could see a black, furry sitting stool and a large window with moveable shutters.
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Chelsea shared an update on the construction of her home last year.
She wrote: “When was the last time I showed the exterior? My dad went out and got some really awesome drone shots the other day and I HAD to share.
“I just love it. Crazy to think how close we are to being done!!”
The photo showed the home being built, showcasing what appeared to be an all-black roof.
Fans took to Reddit to slam Chelsea’s home design, calling it “ugly.”
One commenter wrote: “Sooooooo ugly oh my god,” while another added, “Hideous. With her house budget, she could have chosen something gorgeous. This is terrible and so is the cornfield view.”
Chelsea had described her style as “glam farmhouse.”
And and Cole built the home in early 2020 after buying a plot of land in Vermillion, South Dakota.
The house has wood floors throughout, a modern kitchen with white cabinets and a black island for contrast, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
In the living room is a black brick fireplace and ceiling-lengthy windows.
Chelsea’s home has been a source of controversy onlineCredit: Instagram
Fans have critiqued her over her style as she and Cole DeBoer built their dream houseCredit: Instagram
The couple bought their land and began construction in 2020Credit: Instagram
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