A CRAFT fan whose house is famous for its seasonal exterior decorations gave fans a glimpse of the inside.
Carmen Croxall has a grass staircase, a donut cabinet, a flower wall and some “eclectic” decorations.
The 35-year-old woman’s rented home is gaining attention on social media thanks to the spectacular creations she created in the front garden.
Among these there is a 17 pins Love heart candy waterfall tower to celebrate Valentine’s Day and turn her house into a gingerbread house for Christmas.
And as expected, inside the house of the Exeter family, her Devon is just as weird.
Taking to TikTok, Carmen joked: “POV: Your landlord came to check on your home.”
She added in the caption: “Yes, it is rented but I pay the rent, right?
“So that’s my house.
“Please do not make negative comments.”
The mother-of-two has turned the outside of her home into a springtime paradise with 6-foot-long daffodils, a giant ‘chocolate’ bunny and little white gates.
But inside, the fun decorations are endless.
As soon as you walk in the front door, you’ll see bright green walls with a pink “hello” sign and a flower arch.
Next to it are a grass staircase and a green and pink kitchen – complete with donut cabinets and a Window blinds made from Wotsit wrapping paper.
The living room has a path-themed pink rug with a green and blue sofa, black and white walls, and a donut in the center of the room.
Behind one of the sofas are green octopus tentacles stretching across the wall.
A finishing touch in the family room is a dinosaur head protruding from the wall above the purple dining table, holding a giant candy in its mouth.
When people question how she landlord okay with the colorful decorations, Carmen explains: “He is a prime example of how a landlord can do more than just rent you out a house.”
Others were blown away by her creativity.
One said: “This is so wild and amazing. I love the kitchen.”
Another wrote: “Who wants to live in a boring house? Yours is awesome.