You may have a well-established "no food in the bed" rule in your home, but hopefully that goes out the window when you're travelling — or at least, when you're staying in this boutique hotel's food-inspired room.
Located in Toronto's Gladstone Hotel, the "Surreal Gourmet Room" was designed by Food Network host Bob Blumer, and is showcased in all its splendour in the video above. While relying heavily on kitsch (this was created by the man who hosts "The World's Weirdest Restaurants" after all), there's a definite charm here for anyone who holds a special place in their heart for kids' cereals.
We particularly love the utilitarian nature of the kitchenette in the room, which will allow visitors to go well beyond making panini with their irons or crafting tuna melts with hairdryers (both awesome suggestions for other hotel rooms, though).
If food decor is your scene, there are a few ways to incorporate it into your home — like a vase that looks like a banana, stunning drawings of Hershey Kisses, or for the less committed, cute tea towels.
And in case you're wondering, those food-related movies he mentions? They are: The French Chef: Julia Child's Dinner Party Favorites; Eat Drink Man Woman; The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover; Babette's Feast; Like Water for Chocolate; John Cleese Wine for the Confused; Big Night; Jiro Dreams Of Sushi; Tampopo and Sideways.
Check out more images of the hotel room here: