A doting dad turned his Winsford home into an amazing technicolour homage to his favourite cartoon characters after a divorce left him with his five sons.
Visitors to Mark Curzon’s far from humble abode are in for a visual treat when they step inside.
The 48-year-old film-maker and performer – who was crowned Best Entertainer in the 2014 Winsford Oscars – told the Chronicle the transformation was born of his desire to create a fun living space for his sons Chris, 28, Cam, 27, Ryan, 25, Lewis, 24, and Brad, 22.
'Ultimate boys' pad'
“In 2003 after my divorce, I kept the five boys and decided to make our home a cooler place for them to grow up, so I turned our house into the ultimate boys’ pad,” he said.
Letting his imagination run wild, the house currently boasts a living room which pays tribute to the silent film era, a London-themed toilet – complete with 10 Downing Street door replica which ‘always raises a smile’ – and Mark’s 10-year-old daughter Amelie’s bedroom is a shrine to the popular animated TV show Adventure Time.
Calling his home an ‘evolving work’, Mark said his fiancée Kimberley Roberts could wake one morning to find one of the rooms has been given a makeover.
And there are more transformations in the pipeline – Mark is hoping to convert the spare room into a green screen room so he can film indoors because when he’s not dreaming up redecoration projects, he’s making YouTube videos under the banner 32 Trolleys, including a Christmas single with Willow Wood Community School.