By Sarah Francis
A rainbow home that looks just like a painting has been listed for $499,000 (£398,850.70).
556 South Vista Oro in Palm Springs, California is unique to say the least.
The eccentric 1937 Spanish home belongs to Carl Tookey and Gregg Featherston who purchased the property when it was painted plain white.
Adding more than a splash of colour, the creative couple took inspiration from their worldwide travels including Buckingham Palace.
The colourful cottage comes with three bedrooms and two bathrooms covering 1,664.00 square-feet, according to Curbed.com
And the 0.12 acre grounds include a pool and stone courtyard.
Listing agent, Klint Watkins, said: “The owners found rooms or paintings they liked, they would recreate them adding their own twists.
“For example, the dining area is based on a painting by Valerie Berlin Edwards, a Memphis artist.
“The living room colour scheme is the result of a trip to Buckingham Palace where they were inspired by the Green Drawing Room.
“And one bathroom is a reproduction of a print be Schmetz entitled ‘Bathing the Emperor.
“Their goal was to create whimsy and fantasy in the idyllic location of Palm Springs.”