Even the most vain people might be overwhelmed by this one-of-a-kind place. Located in a Pittsburgh suburb, this artist's home and studio is a real-life, less-scary carnival funhouse. The exterior is completely covered in mirrors. Inside, the dining room features a striking black-and-white color scheme, with mirrors (of course) all over the walls and ceiling, a table with a faux-bois motif, and reflective disc chandeliers — just in case you haven't had enough yet.
But the house's unusual qualities don't just end with the abundance of mirrors. The rest of the space features retro, midcentury modern furniture, an LP room, home theater, original modern art, and an ultra-lush garden. And since the rate per night to rent the guest bedroom is only $165 on (a deal!), you might find an excuse to visit Pittsburgh and this artsy place.
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