This neon-painted pad is not your ordinary Hamptons home
Accent colors have long been around when it comes to home design, from bright front doors to subtly shaded shutters.
But this Hamptons bungalow takes it to a whole different level -- So much so, that it's even been dubbed a 'project' more than a home!
179 Bull Path in East Hampton, New York sits on just under two acres and was unsurprisingly, designed by a Museum of Modern Art contributing artist.
Blues, pinks, yellows and every bright color under the rainbow come together to make every aspect of this home a stand-out piece, from the bright orange kitchen island, to the lime green and hot pink painted shapes on the exterior.
You have to look at this crazy-fun home below:
The house boasts four total bedrooms, including a separate artist's studio above the garage in case the décor has you feeling inspired.
One-of-a-kind takes more than one meaning for this property as its listing claims that the artist himself imported "every detail of the décor, down to every door handle" from Europe.
This grown-up play pad is on the market for $2.495M
Now, check out this equally as cool Oregon home shaped like a fishing reel:
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