In the realm of personal preferences, they say there’s no accounting for taste, and indeed, beauty is often subjective. This sentiment holds particularly true for a house in the UK that recently hit the market, attracting numerous potential buyers. However, once they ventured inside, the majority promptly declined, uttering a polite “no, thank you,” as they discovered the unique interior.
The house boasted an array of features, four bedrooms, a master suite, a garage, and a meticulously maintained garden. The listing proudly proclaimed the property’s “high standard,” but it quickly became apparent that interpretations of these words varied widely.
To the surprise of many, the seemingly perfect facade concealed an all-encompassing shade of purple within. Yes, from the walls to the carpets, and even the furniture, everything was drenched in purple. Regardless of one’s affinity for the color, unanimous agreement emerged that this was, without a doubt, an excess of purple. The floors, the ceilings, the curtains, all draped in various hues of lavender and violet.
Even the closet doors in the master suite weren’t spared from the purple invasion. While repainting walls might be a manageable task, fixtures like closet doors posed a potential nightmare for replacement.
Venturing into the bathroom, the tiles maintained a semblance of normalcy with white bases adorned by purple floral details. However, the bathroom floor and the sides of the bathtub were ensconced in shaggy purple carpeting, creating a striking visual statement.
The exterior of the house offered no hints of the purple extravaganza within, leaving potential buyers taken aback. Unless a prospective buyer harbors an intense love for the color purple, selling this distinctive property may prove to be a challenging task.
For those undeterred by the vibrant palette, the house is listed at a hefty $5 million.
What are your thoughts on this unusual interior? Could you envision yourself living surrounded by such an abundance of purple? Share your opinions in the comments!