The interior of this mansion is the most '90s thing we've ever seen
It's like the 'Saved By the Bell' credits come to life.
The entire aesthetics of the 1990s can be summed up by a paper cup. You've undoubtedly seen it — the Solo Jazz cup. A turquoise and purple squiggle wraps around the white background in an airbrushed zig-zag. The Solo Jazz cup triggers Nineties nostalgia like nothing else, as it has gone on to become a meme, a car, sweatshirts, underwear and more.
Well, if you were to use a Solo Jazz cup as a blueprint for an entire house, it would probably end up looking like the mansion sitting at 1289 Forest Bay Drive in Waterford, Michigan.
The six-bedroom home is a time portal into Nineties design. On the outside, the 7,252 square foot house appears innocent enough, but its guts are an explosion of magentas, teals and stone grays, of glossy white cabinets and glossy black built-ins.
It looks as if the interior decorator modeled everything after the opening credits of Saved by the Bell — and the house hasn't been touched since.
The place can be yours for $799,000.