Nostalgic Aaron Whiteside steps back in time when he walks through his front door - after giving his entire house a 1930s makeover.
Aaron, 31, has loved the decade since he was a child, so decided to fit his entire house in Blackpool with ‘30s furniture and decor.
His time warp property includes art deco pictures, war time memorabilia and is even heated like a pre-war house with four coal fires.
He bought the house for '80,000 seven years ago - after it had stood empty for nine years - and has worked tirelessly on it ever since.
The wallpaper cost an eye-watering £100-per-roll, as it was rescued from a German time-capsule buried in the 1930s.
Aaron has one of the first electric cookers of its kind, as well as three fireplaces - one bought for £400 and two rescued from a skip, plus art deco works bought on eBay.
Not content with just looking like it’s in the 1930s, the house also runs like a pre-war one would have, heated by four coal fires.
Aaron said: 'I’ve always been interested in the 30s and 40s, and I’ve built a collection. Since I was a little boy and I saw stuff like that I just loved it and had to have it.'
He told how his first project on the property started before he even owned it, explaining: ‘When its owner died her nephew looked after it from Sweden, but when one of the stained glass windows was put through I just repaired it and kept an eye on the property, so he offered it me cheap when he came to sell.'
He added: 'There’s things like wall masts, art deco pictures, radiograms, those are things I’ve been collecting since I was a child, I’ve travelled all over the country for things I’ve wanted.'
Aaron, who runs Whiteside Windows, is now helping to restore a somewhat more famous property in the resort – Blackpool Tower.
He said: 'I’m redoing where the 12 arches with stained glass, on the front, have been damaged.'
And he has plans to repaint the front of his home and get started on the garden.
He added: 'I love it here, I couldn’t live any other way. I’d like to think people like the National Trust will be interested one day too.'