They say there can be no disagreements in issues of taste, and we couldn’t agree more because, in reality, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and what is appealing to one person may be repulsive to another, and vice versa.
The same is true of a UK house that was put up for sale and had a lot of interested purchasers, but when they went inside, the majority of them just said, “No, thank you,” and passed the place up.
The home included a master suite, a garage, four bedrooms, and a well-kept lawn. Although it turned out that not everyone understood exactly what the words “high standard” meant, the listing claimed that the property maintained them.
Whether you can believe it or not, the walls, carpets, and furnishings in this supposedly picture-perfect home are all purple. Well, specifically everything. Regardless of how much someone may adore this color, everyone can agree that this is just too much. What else is purple, then? You name it: the flooring, the ceilings, the curtains.
The master bedroom’s closet doors are painted purple, and while it may be simple to repaint the walls, replacing fixtures like closet doors may be a real problem.
The bathroom’s white tiles with purple floral accents on top. The bathroom floor, as well as the sides of the bathtub, are carpeted in shaggy purple, despite the fact that the bathtub itself is white.
One would never believe from the outside that the entire interior of this house is purple, therefore selling it wouldn’t be easy unless the prospective buyer is also a major fan of this color.
The mansion has a $5 million price tag.
How do you feel about this? Would you be able to survive in such a purple environment?