Rules are meant to be broken, and nothing quite kills the cookie-cutter formula than a home done up in the pop art style. Touches of kitsch flair turn this condo into a showpiece composed of Warhol and Lichtenstein-inspired rooms that would not look out of place in a trendy big-city gallery.
The décor is a study in contrasts, matching bold colours with monochromatic black and white elements to form a perfect picture of suburban subversion. Retro-futuristic furnishings, irreverent patterns, quaint curiosities and eccentric exotica are the name of the game, bringing a special whiff of fresh air and perky dynamism to the interior. The space is made all the more fabulous by state-of-the-art lighting, an integral component of the hip, new age ambience all ’60s swingers would have killed for.