Some houses have a bold look, but this house is boulder.
Artist Lauri Svedberg took on the project of giving her Northeast Minneapolis home a complete Stone Age transformation. It may look pretty normal at first glance, but the renovation inside is amazing and truly unique.
Nearly every surface possible is covered with either rocks or images of rocks to evoke a nature-themed aesthetic.
Thousands of rocks cover every imaginable facet of the house, arranged into patterns and mosaics. One room is painted to resemble a birch forest. Svedberg even built a window out of mason jars framed with rocks.
Elsewhere, you'll see rock on the wall, brick facades, and pebbles glued to drawers. If you want to quibble, you might focus on the kitchen sink, which is disappointingly generic and rock-free. (See image 9 in the slideshow above.)
But before you rush to complain, you might want to think about whether your own home's design scheme is 100 percent perfect. After all, what's that saying about people in glass houses?
This unique house is listed at $149,000, but if you’re interested in purchasing the property you’ll have to act fast. The real estate agent, Michael Gacek, said that texts and emails have been pouring in from people inquiring about the home.
To learn more about the house check out this profile and video from Star Tribune.
Also on Yahoo Makers: