This ain't no disco, and this house tour ain't fooling around.

Nestled in Mumbai, India is a home where textile merchants Chotu and Jyoti Lahda and designer Sonali Shah have created a vibrant (not to mention funky) home that feels more like a club than a living space.

The 2,500-square-foot residence is covered in LED lights, synthetic marble floors and lots of white decor. "The color white never looked so dramatic," Shah told the Huffington Post. "This house explores the various dimensions of the color."

We'll say!

At the touch of a button, the family can choose to light up their home in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo or violet -- all of which appear vibrant against the hue-less backdrop.

Shah told Houzz that many people confuse the abode for a nightclub, but told us the space looks totally different in the daytime. "[At night] you see the very dramatic use of lights, yet in the day it's completely transformed into a chic living space," she said.

Click through our slideshow to see photos of the home. And be sure to head over to Houzz for more information.

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  • Main entrance

  • Entry

  • Living Room

  • Living Room

  • Living Room

  • Kitchen

  • Dining Area

  • Dining Area

  • "Capsule" Area

  • Daughter's Bedroom

  • Daughter's Bedroom

  • Son's Bedroom

  • Master Bedroom

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