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The Classiest AVENGERS-Themed Apartment

Imagine if after seeing the midnight showing of The Avengers: Age of Ultron, you could go home to an Avengers-themed apartment and go to sleep with Iron Man watching over you. If you contract with Singapore’s Absolook Interior Design, this dream could become a reality.

The company’s portfolio on Facebook shows off a variety of gorgeous projects, but none are quite as geeky (or even close to as geeky) as this Avengers-inspired decor. The superhero elements aren’t subtle at all, but Absolook made them look classy and chic. Can you imagine what they could do with other fandoms? I’m getting ahead of myself though. Take a good look at the Avengers stylings first:

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The living room features the symbol of S.H.I.E.L.D. The narrow kitchen has Hulk green touches on the cabinet doors and drawers, and Hulk is busting through the paint on the wall undoubtedly looking for a midnight snack. The bedroom is all about Iron Man. I don’t know if I need the superhero looming over my head, but the Arc Reactor touches on the wall and the ceiling are swanky. My favorite part though? The Avengers “A” in the dining room. And the giant Avengers mural. This would be one heck of a place to have shawarma after a battle.

I’d rather have Hawkeye purple in the bedroom and see Black Widow incorporated into the decor, but that’s just me. If you could give each room in your home an Avengers-inspired makeover, which hero would you pair with which room? Share your choices in the comments. I won’t judge.

HT: Nerd Approved and CBR

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