Creative woman builds house with rainbow colours; flaunts amazing interiors

Creative woman builds house with rainbow colours; flaunts amazing interiors

- An artist who has a love for colour turned her house into a work of art

- She painted the impressive home a variety of colours

- Photos of her house was shared on social media and it stunned the internet

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An artist, Jane Gottlieb, spend two months to paint her house in California, US. She turned the 'dull and boring' home into a rainbow wonderland.

It costs her $5 000 - which is about R90 000 - to maintain the beautiful colours on the outside of the house alone.

Every year, the house gets even brighter as another coat of paint is added, Maroela Media reported. Gottlieb is an artist who loves colour but she reveals her neighbours are not fans of the colourful house.

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However, her almost all her visitors fall in love with the home.

She said:

"When people come to visit the first time they smile immediately, they are immediately happy because they've never seen anything like it. I don't understand the obsession with brown and beige."

Gottlieb added she loves colour and whenever she sees something colourful, she wants it.

The artist has been living in the house for over two decades with her husband, 73-year-old David Obst.

Take a look at some of the photos of her house below:

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Meanwhile, another report by YEN.com.gh indicates that Dennis Siayor, the 2019 valedictorian of the College of Humanities from the University of Ghana (UG) who graduated with a 3.91 GPA started paying for his own fees since JHS to achieve his successes.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Dennis indicates that his father suffered a terrible paralysis when he was only in primary six and from then on, could not fend for the young brilliant boy.

"My father got paralyzed when I was in class 6 so I had to work after JHS as a sales agent to raise my admission fees. Subsequently, my father's properties were sold to help further my studies," he indicates.

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