Teen Mom fans think Kailyn Lowry copied Chelsea Houska’s house as her new $750K mansion ‘looks just like’ co-star’s home

Teen Mom fans think Kailyn Lowry copied Chelsea Houska’s house as her new $750K mansion ‘looks just like’ co-star’s home

FANS were convinced that Kailyn Lowry copied Chelsea Houska’s home design as they said her new Delaware dream home “looks just like” the MTV alum’s Farmhouse.

The Teen Mom 2 star recently confessed that she “cried for a week straight” after moving into the new property.

Fans accused Kailyn of 'copying' Chelsea's home design


Fans accused Kailyn of ‘copying’ Chelsea’s home designCredit: TikTok / @kaillowry
The reality star owns a Farmhouse in South Dakota


The reality star owns a Farmhouse in South DakotaCredit: MTV

Fans noticed striking similarities between Kailyn’s new Delaware dream home and Chelsea’s South Dakota Farmhouse.

One, in particular, shared a photo of the outside of the mansion to Reddit, where they opened up the discussion.

The user captioned their post: “Kails new home kinda reminds me of Chelsea’s.”

Others hopped in the comments to share their own speculation on the matter.

“It definitely looks like she’s trying to copy Chelsea,” one admitted, while a second agreed: “Ya this looks like a farmhouse.”

Another reasoned: “I think that was the goal, apparently she looks up to Chelsea in a way, so this isn’t surprising at all.”

“Kail has no style so she just follows trends, Chelsea does the same so they both look like cookie cutters,” a fourth complained.

“Kale definitely used Chelsea’s house as a starting point and tweaked it,” another speculated.

“Uh because it’s exactly like Chelsea’s,” a final laughed.


Despite the excitement surrounding Kailyn’s move into the new home, earlier this week she admitted on her Coffee Convos podcast that she has spent most of the last few days in tears, after encountering difficulties with her pricey new abode.

“I’m very overwhelmed.” she confessed. “There’s been a lot that hit me at once.”

The 29-year-old revealed her body and her mind are both “worn out” after dealing with a major setback.

As Kailyn explained, she was on her way to pay off part of her new pool’s installation, when the construction company delivered some devastating news.

“They were like, ‘Hey, just want to let you know we can no longer start this month. We’re gonna start next year.”

The company went on to tell the new homeowner specifically in May or June of 2023.

“So I won’t have a pool this summer or next summer, because it’ll take a couple of months to get it all situated.”

Kailyn is aware that this is, in her words, a “first world problem,” but explains: “I really work hard for my money, and the things that I have, so I was a little bummed out.

“So now I have to explain to the kids they will not be swimming at my house this year.”


Otherwise, Kailyn had been excited to share her new house with her children and even surprised her sons with “welcome home” signs outside of their new Delaware dream home.

The TV personality took to Instagram on Wednesday to share numerous pictures of herself posing with her four sons outside of the mansion.

She held her two youngest kids, Lux, four, and Creed, one, in her arms, while Isaac and Lincoln posed in between the large signs that read: “Welcome home Isaac, Lincoln, Lux, Mello.”

The signs were written with sparkly black text, while little stars were placed in between each of the brothers’ names.

Chelsea, who completed construction on her own new house in December of 2020, was recently granted a new home renovation show on HGTV, set to air next year.

Fans noticed similarities in the color and architecture


Fans noticed similarities in the color and architectureCredit: Instagram/kaillowry
Chelsea completed construction on her home in December of 2020


Chelsea completed construction on her home in December of 2020Credit: Instagram / @downhomedeboers
Kailyn 'cried for a week' after moving in


Kailyn ‘cried for a week’ after moving inCredit: Instagram/kaillowry

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