Simon Edwards, 43-year-old business analyst spent hundreds of hours carefully transforming his house into a work of art. Being the fan of sci-fi and comic book he has created his dream home.
One bedroom has been turned into a Flash Gordon shrine, the second is underwater themed complete with sharks and starfish, while the hallway looks like a tomb.
The hallway is Alien themed, featuring a huge face-hugger on the ceiling, a pair of dripping jaws emerging out of the wall. It certainly makes for a welcome.
Meanwhile, a mural of physiotherapist wife Jo is done in terrifying hieroglyphic style in another room.
The lounge is great for those who like the outdoors as it features jungle views, while you can admire a golden sunset from the dining room.
“It’s a very unusual flat, not to everybody’s taste but I love it,” says Simon. However, he doesn’t love it that much as he’s decided to move out.
“Paint doesn’t cost much, and painting costs only time. It’s been a fantastic journey and so much fun”.
In fact the main reason why Simon’s leaving is that his current flat is just to small for his artistic dreams.
He’s moving to a four-bedroom house a mile down the road for an even bigger project.
But he has promised his wife Jo, 42, a physiotherapist, that this time he’ll decorate the house without the alien life forms and comic book characters.