America's Most Neon House for $16,000/Month

This Shelter Island summer rental is not for the faint of heart. Designed by architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat, the two bedroom home is plastered in neon colors. The price for arguably America's most neon home is $16,000 per month through July and a whopping $19,000 per month for August through Labor Day. View the listing. Watch the video to take a tour of the home with the architects themselves.

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This Shelter Island summer rental is not for the faint of heart. Designed by architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat, the two bedroom home is plastered in neon colors. The price for arguably America's most neon home is $16,000 per month through July and a whopping $19,000 per month for August through Labor Day. View the listing.
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Live in technicolor for the months of July through the beginning of September and expect to shell out $32,500.
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Built in 2008, the pad was featured in Architectural Digest in October 2010.
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The architects described the structure as "an architectural feat requiring an all but clearing of the senses to fully process", according to Zillow.
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Bright neon colors encase the inside of the home as well. The home is plastered in mod furnishings by high-end firms, as well as pieces designed by the architects themselves.
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A view of the pool, which just looks plain drab next to the bright orange, lime and yellow walls.
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The home totals 1,100 square feet and features two bedrooms and two full baths.
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The architects aimed to make the spread "more plastic, more fluid," reports Zillow.
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A view of one of the ridiculously bright bedrooms.
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This home is anything but camouflaged amongst Shelter Island's lush landscape. View the listing. Watch the video to take a tour of the home with the architects themselves.
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