If you have been watching re-runs of Miami Vice and are craving a slice of Miami real-estate, Tommy Hilfiger’s totally insane Miami mansion is now for sale.

Hilfiger, a complete renovation hobbyist, bought the home for only $17.5 million in 2013 and is now selling it for $27.5 million. No big deal. So what will your $27 million get you?

Hilfiger and his wife Dee Ocleppo hired interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to give each room its own unique theme, some of them even channeling Andy Warhol-like pop art. The features include very standard decorative fare, like scratch-and-sniff banana wallpaper in a bathroom (not kidding) and a dinner-table disco ball. The seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom estate is basically a small art gallery, filled with super famous and valuable art that Hilfiger has collected over the years. You’ll also notice Hilfiger’s signature red and white paneling is incorporated throughout the 14,000 square-foot home.

Check out some pictures of the mansion below, in all its technicolor Miami glory.

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Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

Zachary Balber/The Jills

The sale of the home is likely to set a new record in the expensive neighborhood of Golden Beach, where other celebrities such as Bill Gates, Paul Newman and Ricky Martin have all lived at one point. Hilfiger will sell the home when he is done with his renovations.

For now you will have to make due with scratch-and-sniff cards instead of wallpaper—and these amazing photos.