David Crowder and his wife Toni purchased a 1980s home in Atlanta, Georgia that was dubbed one of the city’s ugliest homes and they’ve turned it into a work of art! Almost six years since they purchased the house, PEOPLE Magazine was able to tour the abode that features some pretty impressive additions.
In an exclusive video with PEOPLE magazine, Crowder said, “We love to find the beauty in things that some might not deem beautiful. It’s a metaphor for the way we approach life and people.” You can check out some of the incredibly fun and impressive art installations inside Crowder’s home in the video here, and even some photos of the home below!
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