Glee star Dianna Agron invites every guest who visits her house to leave their mark by scrawling a message on her walls.
The actress decided her bathroom was in desperate need of decoration when she moved in, but instead of a new lick of paint, she asked her pals to cover the room in graffiti.
Agron admits the "glorious" quotes, confessions and silly drawings inspire her every time she enters the room, and keep her feeling young at heart.
In a piece for arts journal Afterzine, she writes, "I find that happiness often relates to feeling child-like... My bathroom happens to be a room in which my guests can use for an escape. That sounds wrong. Let's start over. The walls in my downstairs restroom are covered in ink. It is glorious. I mean, how often are we allowed to draw on the walls? Growing up, I was told to never draw on the wall, which is why my washroom makes me smile every time I enter it. Sweet rebellion, even in its smallest form.
"The idea came to me because it was stark white when I moved in - I just had to spruce it up a little bit. I bought a ton of markers, put them in a pail, and let the games begin."