Could you live in a sugary-sweet pink Barbie-themed home or a Star Trek-inspired interior?
Take a look at these 10 most unusual interiors.
1 13 rooms with 13 different styles, EssexAn ex-council house has been converted into 13 themed rooms. From a hallway inspired by the Palace of Shadows in Italy to a New Orleans-style kitchen and a conservatory styled after a Japanese teahouse
2 Belvoir castle inspired cottage, NorthamptonshireOrnate furnishings, brocade curtains and a feature fireplace dominate the ground floor. The master bedroom’s ceiling has been painted in the style of Michaelangelo’s work in the Sistine Chapel.
3 Palace of Versailles council flat, SouthamptonA ninth-floor flat of a 1960s tower block has been styled after the 17th century home of French royalty.
4 Hidden Victorian pub, LondonA terraced house in Hackney is home to a replica Victorian pub, with wooden bar and working pumps.
5 Alice in Wonderland house, BrightonA Regency house has six rooms all themed around Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, a long dining room that is ideal for enjoying a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, teacup stools, chequerboard floors, tea sets and Queen of Hearts-styled bedroom.
6 Victorian funhouse, GrimsbyIts basement has a ball pit, surrounded by green netting, yellow walls and a tunnel system.
7 Medieval banquet hall, Weston-super-MareThe walls have been painted to resemble stone. A suit of armour watches over a round table.
8 Star trek Voyager flat, LeicestershireRemodelled interior replicates the starship, with computerised flight deck and voice-activated lighting and a sci-fi glow.
9 Big purple house, MiddlesexEvery room of the four-bedroomed house is awash with violet and lilac.
10 Barbie’s Dream House, SheffieldFrom the fireplace to the salt and pepper shakers, everything about the former mill house is vibrant, bright and zany.
The brand behind the research is Olivia’s