From the outside, the only sign that Ron’s home is any different to the other double-fronted Victorian terraces in Oxton Village is the pile of rubbish in the front yard and the dirty white blinds covering the windows.
Push open the brown wooden door though, and inside you discover an extraordinary collection of rooms with their walls, ceilings and even sometimes floors decorated with vivid murals, Egyptian hieroglyphics, underwater scenes and portraits of historic leaders.
No one knew what eccentric relative had done to his home until after he died.
Ron Gittins’ imaginative creations transformed his otherwise normal looking house.
Image: Andrew Teebay/Liverpool Echo