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This Is What Joan Rivers’ Bedroom Looks Like

Joan Rivers is the Queen of Mean. And we love her for it.

But for all of her “Fashion Police” style dos and don’ts, the snarky diva made one heck of a decor faux-pas when she designed this particular room.

Picture courtesy of Christie’s Images, Ltd. 2014.

Yikes.

On the off-chance that frothy pink upholstery is your thing, head on over to Chrisitie’s New York on April 1-2, where property from Rivers’ country house in Connecticut will be up for auction. This particular monstrosity can be yours for the low, low estimated price of $2,000-3,000.

[h/t Vanity Fair]

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