A grandfather who has spent the last 12 years transforming his council house into a stunning replica of the world-famous Sistine Chapel has finally completed his masterpiece. Former decorator Robert Burns, 67, has been painting his three-bedroom home one room at a time after being inspired by Renaissance painters and the Vatican City.
The incredible transformation of the council home in Brighton, East Sussex, includes a recreation of the remarkable ceiling in the Sistine Chapel - the Pope's official residence in the Vatican City. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.
Pictured: One of the rooms painted by Robert Burns in his home.