(Estately.com) This $399,000 home in San Pedro, CA, boasts a Vuitton-wallpapered bathroom
Oh, the secrets that lurk deep in the underbelly of America's urban sprawl—like this faux-Louis Vuitton bathroom, complete with custom-print wallpaper, that Curbed LA found on real estate listing site Estately.com.
The two-bedroom, three-bathroom end-unit condo in San Pedro, California, features a designer kitchen, wood floors, recessed lighting, and newly remodeled bathrooms—remodeled with signature Vuitton monogramming, that is!
While the rest of the home is pretty conventional—seafoam green living room, white kitchen cabinets, tiled patio—and the other bathrooms somehow escaped the designer touch, it looks like someone who currently lives there is a pretty big fan of the French fashion house's LV logo.
Would you ever redo your home with wallpaper featuring a designer monogram? We've definitely heard of people papering their houses in Gucci—but we're pretty sure they used legit Gucci wallpaper. To be honest, we can't decide which is worse—faux or real. Sound off in the comments, please!
PS: Louis Vuitton logo-covered homes aren't a new thing. Remember this house from 2010?