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Some things are better left to the professionals! These DIY remodel failures prove that sometimes, it's better to pay someone else.

Everyone seems to have DIY remodeling fantasies thanks to the likes of Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop, and other HGTV shows that make it seem like the easiest task in the world! In reality, some things are just better left to the professionals. Check out these DIY remodel failures and see why you may be better off calling Trend Transformations for your next update.

This... unique take on the toilet seat arrangement.

[caption id="attachment_26711" align="aligncenter" width="532"]diy remodel Photo found on Imgur[/caption] This one may seem more like a common sense failure that a DIY remodel failure, but it can happen to the best of us! And while this one may not be a difficult fix, it's certainly time you wouldn't have to waste if you just let a professional handle the whole process.

This sad kitchen sink that just wants to fit in with the rest of the counter.

[caption id="attachment_26716" align="aligncenter" width="680"]diy remodel Photo found on Reddit[/caption] Friends, if your entire counter is a solid piece of granite, just let the sink be in a solid piece of granite too. No sink deserves this sort of treatment.

This drawer arrangement that proves you can't think of everything.

[caption id="attachment_26717" align="aligncenter" width="558"]diy remodel Photo courtesy of @Elder_Insurance on Twitter[/caption] Even the best of us can forget things. Like where we're planning on placing drawers in our new kitchen. Or where we already have drawers placed. Long story short, this was avoidable.

These drawers that were supposed to span two rooms...

[caption id="attachment_26719" align="aligncenter" width="640"]diy remodel Photo courtesy of GoodHousekeeping[/caption] ...and ended up being totally unusable instead. If you're going to try to stretch a cabinet through two rooms, make sure there's enough space between it and the wall.

This bathroom door complete with a handy hole!

[caption id="attachment_27147" align="aligncenter" width="640"]DIY remodel Photo found on Reddit[/caption] See, the hole lets you open the door, and it makes it easier for someone to hand you toilet paper if you run out! Ok, I'll be honest, this is just weird and a little gross. And finally...

This shower head that is almost definitely at a college somewhere.

[caption id="attachment_27164" align="aligncenter" width="500"]DIY remodel Photo found on Imgur[/caption] Ah, the ingenuity of drunk college kids. This may have worked in your dorm or your first apartment, but it really doesn't work in your home anymore.