Teen mom Chelsea Houska accused of copying influencer’s nursery design before scoring her HGTV home improvement show

CHELSEA Houska has been accused of copying an influencer’s nursery design after she scored on her own HGTV home improvement show.

Fans have already torn the Teen Mom 2 alum for landing the new series despite having “no experience” in interior design.


Chelsea have been accused of ‘copying’ another influencer’s nursery designCredit: Reddit
Fans tore her up for


Fans ripped her for ‘lack of experience’ ahead of her new HGTV showCredit: Instagram/chelseahouska

Chelsea, 30, has now been accused of ‘copying’ another Instagram influencer’s nursery design for her farm in South Dakota.

A fan noticed striking similarities between her baby daughter Walker’s bedroom and a nursery owned by a social media star in Ohio.

The reality TV star used similar floral wallpaper, wooden slats, the same white cribs with transparent side panels, and to tie it all together, the child’s name was written in an identical font .

The sleuthing fan shared a side-by-side collage of the images on Reddit, showing how indistinguishable Chelsea’s nursery was from that of the influencer.

“In honor of Chelsea landing a show on HGTV, here’s a throwback of her exactly copying the nursery of an IG influencer,” they captioned the post.

Others were flabbergasted by the lack of ingenuity, rushing to the comments to criticize Chelsea for “copying” despite her new venture on HGTV.

“Okay yeah she copied or got inspired but that crib is ugly AF,” one said.

“Let’s be honest with ourselves. She didn’t get the show because of her designer skills,” a second said.

A third remarked, “Because she gets a show like she’s creative when she’s just stealing ideas.”

“You know what’s irritating when they’re offered a TV show like this? That there are interior designers who have studied and worked to become good at what they do and here we have two baby-voiced hustlers who just got everything on a plate,” another weirdo.

“There is a professional company that does ALL THE DESIGN OF CHELSEA, but it’s Chelsea who get a show,” claimed one final.


Earlier this week it was revealed that Chelsea and husband Cole DeBoer, 33, had scored a brand new reality show on HGTV called Farmhouse Fabulous.

The series, which is set to debut in 2023, will follow the couple as they help families renovate their homes.

Shortly after news of the show broke, Teen Mom 2 fans took to Reddit to admit they were less than thrilled with the show.


While sharing their reactions to the show, many MTV fans argued that Chelsea and Cole don’t have enough experience to help others build their dream home.

One person wrote, “Soooooo what is their show going to be about? Will they renovate/stylize the houses every episode?

“Because while their home is nice, it’s just ONE home and it took them a while to cultivate the style and touches they wanted for it… I know coke is convenient, but nothing about them says they know what they are doing with designing a house lol.

Another added: “Lame. I have no interest in watching, but she’ll probably get a ton more subscribers for this (borderline baby boomer types). “


The Teen Mom 2 star’s new venture comes just months after she finished building her brand new farmhouse in South Dakota.

However, the mother-of-four also failed to receive rave reviews from fans following its completion.

Chelsea and Cole faced backlash over the design throughout the building process last year, which was documented on their home’s Instagram page.

The couple share daughters Layne, three, Walker, one, and son Watson, five, as well as daughter Aubree, 12, whom she welcomed with ex Adam Lind.

Walker's nursery is nearly identical to the influencer's design


Walker’s nursery is nearly identical to the influencer’s designCredit: Instagram
Fans have labeled the home of Chelsea as


Fans have called Chelsea’s home ‘ugly’ since it was builtCredit: Instagram / @downhomedeboers
The new show will follow the couple as they renovate homes


The new show will follow the couple as they renovate homesCredit: Chelsea Houska/Instagram

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