AirBnB is offering you the chance to sleep inside a Van Gogh painting

Ever wonder what it would be like to live life like a starving artist? Now you can live your dream, as long as you’re willing to pay nightly. 

Thanks to an interactive exhibition launched by the Art Institute of Chicago, art fans can reportedly acquire first-hand experience of what it would be like to dwell within a Vincent Van Gogh masterpiece.

Vincent Van Gogh/Art Institute of Chicago

Visitors can enjoy Van Gogh’s painting “The Bedroom” in 3D by booking a full-size replica of the space on Airbnb, aptly decorated to match the details on the canvas with startling accuracy. This one-of-a-kind installation was conceptualized as part of “Van Gogh’s Bedrooms,” the institute’s show featuring three of the titular artist’s works from 1888 to 1889 that focused on his living quarters. 

Patterned after Van Gogh’s “Yellow House” in Arles, France, the Airbnb listing is actually for a room that’s part of a larger apartment located just outside of the museum’s main campus, in Chicago’s River North area.

“Van Gogh’s Bedrooms” will house around 36 of the artist’s works and will run until May 10, 2016. Rates for the bedroom are set at a super affordable price of $10 a night, and bookings are expected to go through the roof. Available dates to book the iconic space will be updated on Airbnb as well as the institute’s official social media accounts on a monthly basis.

H/T Colossal

Jam Kotenko

Jam Kotenko

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