This house looks just like any other, but later the owner splashed $50,000 to change the inside into something you would never expect. Let's take a tour!
1. Seemingly Ordinary House
When Peter Cohen first bought the house in 1988, it was nothing special. However, Cohen spent $50,000 turning his home into a colorful cat playground. What would the interior look like?
2. The Entrance
Once you step in, you feel like you're entering a forest, surrounded by lush leaves and branches. There is a winding staircase on the left side, through which cats can get to the window to enjoy the scenery or observe Peter coming home.
3. The Living Room
Decorated with warm yellow, pale green, and light blue, the living room is full of different flora, bringing a rich sense of nature to the place. There is not too much sharply angled furniture, but instead a lot of sofas and cushions for cats to rest on at any time of the day.
4. The Hallway
Every part of the hallway is filled with green plants. Cohen even installed a special passageway for his cats to fly over the walls. There is also a large colorful cat portrait hanging on the wall, which plainly shows Cohen's fondness for his furry family members.
5. The Bedroom
At first glance, this childlike room is nothing special. But look closely, and you'll see ladders on the wall, and using them, the cat can jump into bed anytime in the morning and night to play with Cohen.
6. The Bathroom
Again, the bathroom is painted in pale green and light yellow, and loads of cat balustrades, walkways, and catteries have been installed. It must be admitted that the staircase right next to the bathtub may make it more difficult for Cohen to bathe his cats, as they can easily escape with the help of the stairs.
7. The Working Area
Equipped with office essentials, the work area can be "invaded" by cats at any time. After all, there's some serious equipment installed for the furry ones to parkour around the office space. They can easily knock over the plants on the shelf if they get too excited.
8. Cats Everywhere
Many times, Cohen looks up and sees this adorable sight: the cats lined up on his carefully designed passageways and sitting there watching him.
9. Cats On The Wall
It is quite possible to come across a cat staring at the host condescendingly from up on high.
10. Living Together In Harmony
At the moment, Cohen is living in this house with 14 cats he has rescued over the years. He is never bored or bothered by his furry friends and will gladly open his door to other homeless kittens.