Ever wish you could roll out of bed and seamlessly slide into your living room?
For just £15,000 (about $25,000) a month, that fantasy can become a reality.
Transformed for an undisclosed client by architectural firm DA Studios in partnership with Ab Rogers—head of interior design at the Royal College of Art—this one-of-a-kind, four-story “Rainbow House” in London’s Notting Hill features a rather odd amenity: a sinewing slide leading from its master suite (which features a bed that can rotate 360 degrees), to its bright, lemon-flavored living room.
Additionally, the über-artistic rental showcases floors adorned with painted illustrations that seem to have been scraped off the pages of a colorful comic book, conceptualized by flooring specialist Richard Woods.
As if all that color wasn’t enough, there’s also a glassy, rainbow spiral staircase that cuts through the center of the playful residence:
Rogers describes the fantastical home as “a magical and liberating space that defies the norms of a domestic interior environment and allows the occupants to leave the outside world far behind.”
Positively brilliant, or downright tacky? Either way, the four-bedroom pad packs a pretty piquant (and pricey) punch with its unique, eye-popping aesthetic.