Florence Welch's house is ''like a hippie Disneyland'' because of the quirky items she has decorated it with.
Florence Welch's house is ''like a hippie Disneyland''.
The Florence + the Machine singer has decorated her London home with hundreds of intriguing items including an old bike, books, baskets, nests, birds and postcards, and said she has collected so many peculiar things that she sometimes feels like she's living in a museum.
She explained: ''Sometimes it's good to get out and go to other people's houses, otherwise it's as if I'm constantly curating my own museum. I'll be having dinner on my own and I'll get up to move a jar 2cm to the left. I'm obsessive like that.''
However, the star revealed her ''obsessive'' nature meant she struggled to let go when she recently filmed the video to her song 'Ship to Wreck' in her abode, as she had to let a whole film crew set up in the crowded space.
Speaking about how she reacted during the recording of the clip, she told The Sunday Times Magazine: ''At first I was like, 'Oh my God, a postcard has been knocked down!' I looked around, and they'd taken down all the lights and there was rigging everywhere. Then I had to trash the house. We had a dinner-party scene and I had to completely lose it, Exorcist-style, and smash glasses and stuff. It was so traumatic.''
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