They say there can be no disagreements in matters of taste, and we couldn’t agree more, because the truth is that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and what is attractive to one person may be repulsive to another, and vice versa. The same is true for a house in the United Kingdom that was listed for sale and drew a large number of buyers, but when they saw the inside, the majority of them said “no, thank you,” and passed on the property.
The house had four bedrooms, a master suite, a garage, and a beautifully landscaped garden. The listing stated that the property upheld “high standards,” but it turned out that not everyone agreed on exactly what these words meant.Believe it or not, the entire interior of this seemingly perfect-looking home is purple, including the walls, carpets, and furniture. To be more specific, everything.
Everyone agrees that no matter how much they adore this color, it is simply too much. So, what else comes in purple? You name it: the floors, the ceilings, the curtains. The purple color extends all the way to the master suite closet doors, and while the walls are easy to paint over, fixtures like closet doors can be a nightmare to replace.
The bathroom tiles are white with purple floral details on top. And, while the bathtub is white, the bathroom floor and sides are covered in shaggy purple carpeting. Based on the exterior, one would never guess that everything inside this home is purple, and selling it would be difficult unless the future buyer is also a huge fan of this color.
The house is on the market for $5 million. What are your thoughts on this? Would you be able to live in such a purple environment?