A surreal ‘the other way up home’ has despatched heads spinning after opening to the general public yesterday.

The weird construction, which is a UK first, consists of two flooring of fully-furnished rooms all of which have been turned on their heads.

The wacky world has been 9 months within the making and can stay in Bournemouth, Dorset, till June 2019.

From the surface, the loopy constructing seems to be stood on its roof, with guests coming into by way of a facet door.

An upside-down house which opened in Bournemouth, Dorset yesterday has sent heads spinning with its surreal rooms 

An upside-down house which opened in Bournemouth, Dorset yesterday has sent heads spinning with its surreal rooms 

An upside-down home which opened in Bournemouth, Dorset yesterday has despatched heads spinning with its surreal rooms 

The bizarre structure, which is a UK first, consists of two floors of fully-furnished rooms and is inspired by an attraction in Lithuania which allows visitors to pose inside the wooden house

The bizarre structure, which is a UK first, consists of two floors of fully-furnished rooms and is inspired by an attraction in Lithuania which allows visitors to pose inside the wooden house

The weird construction, which is a UK first, consists of two flooring of fully-furnished rooms and is impressed by an attraction in Lithuania which permits guests to pose contained in the picket home

Inside there are a variety of rooms together with an workplace, a residing area, a bed room and a toilet.

All have real-life furnishings and fittings, that are additionally the other way up and on the roof.

It’s made plenty of timber panels which match collectively like ‘large Lego’.

The quirky attraction opened yesterday with one particular person describing it as ‘utterly weird’.

One other commented ‘You would not wish to go in there with a hangover, that is for positive!’.

The scheme is the brainchild of Upside Down Home UK, who’ve taken inspiration from an analogous attraction in everlasting residence in Lithuania.

Tom Dirse, CEO of Upside Down Home UK, stated: ‘I used to be approached by the person who’s now my enterprise associate about bringing an the other way up home to Britain.

The home which took 9 months to construct consists of an workplace, residing area, bed room and toilet fitted with furnishings

Contained in the rooms are all plain wooden, however Tom Dirse, CEO of Upside Down Home UK, stated an in-house designer might be working repeatedly to maintain the look contemporary

‘He was behind the attraction in Lithuania and after round 9 months of labor we have managed to get this one open in Bournemouth.

‘It took round 11 days to assemble and early response has been extremely constructive.

‘It is one thing very totally different and other people appear actually excited by it. 

‘You’ll be able to inform it is new and thus far we’re delighted with how individuals are reacting.’

The home which will be open in the seaside town for the next seven months is made a number of timber panels which fit together like 'big Lego'

The home which will be open in the seaside town for the next seven months is made a number of timber panels which fit together like 'big Lego'

The home which will be open in the seaside town for the next seven months is made a number of timber panels which fit together like 'big Lego'

The home which will be open in the seaside town for the next seven months is made a number of timber panels which fit together like 'big Lego'

The house which might be open within the seaside city for the following seven months is made plenty of timber panels which match collectively like ‘large Lego’

Guests of the attraction can pose within the rooms with props and take pictures of themselves within the weird home

The house which will remain in place until June 2019 costs £4 entry and visitors can enter through a side door 

The house which will remain in place until June 2019 costs £4 entry and visitors can enter through a side door 

The home which is able to stay in place till June 2019 prices £four entry and guests can enter by way of a facet door 

The skin of the home is painted in a vibrant pink with a putting black roof.

Contained in the rooms are all plain wooden, however Mr Dirse stated an in-house designer might be working repeatedly to maintain the look contemporary.

Guests, who pay simply £four for entry, can pose with plenty of the other way up props, that are positive to lead to some fanatic, albeit barely complicated pictures.

Among the many ceiling prime artifacts is a cot, a rest room, a desk and a mattress.

The home will stay in Bournemouth till June and Mr Dirse stated what occurs subsequent continues to be very a lot open.

He added: ‘We all the time needed to be by the coast and Bournemouth is sort of a vibrant city.

‘After our preliminary seven months it’s extremely a lot open what we do however we might like to discover a extra everlasting dwelling right here.’

Two women try out different perspectives in the house which opened as part of Bournemouth's Christmas market

Two women try out different perspectives in the house which opened as part of Bournemouth's Christmas market

Two girls check out totally different views in the home which opened as a part of Bournemouth’s Christmas market

Mr Dirse hopes the attraction will find a permanent home in Bournemouth but options for what happens next are still open

Mr Dirse hopes the attraction will find a permanent home in Bournemouth but options for what happens next are still open

Mr Dirse hopes the attraction will discover a everlasting dwelling in Bournemouth however choices for what occurs subsequent are nonetheless open

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