A section for the extravagant that features luxury goods, items and homes. You will also find pictures of celebrity homes, interiors of luxurious aircrafts and also the residences of presidents!

A full-length wooden floor first greets the visitor in the lounge, matched by wooden feature and slatted partition walls. High, stone-coloured curtains add light with a great view, while extensive black cabinetry gives the space a modern feel. Magnetic black hanging lights add eccentricity.An inner-city apartment tour that shows how to bring the rustic out of the woods and into a modern and luxurious living space.
This natural wood wine storage wall is the highlight of the dining room. The same material is used with the cabinets in the kitchen to bring it all together. Spotlights make it front-and-center.This post features 22 different luxury wine displays in residential homes. Wine towers are used as room separators while others ha...
Of course, the bedrooms soak up the views as well. This one is surrounded on all sides by tall glass walls, with a freestanding headboard wall serving as the only exception.Unique modern architecture frames this resort's incredible view of the Aegean Sea.

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In the bedroom, olive green and gray switches up the primarily monochromatic theme.Does luxury mean intricacy? Or does it meant quality? These two homes show both sides.
This apartment occupies a generous 6,471 square foot floor plan centered on a great room with a double-height ceiling, its lovely neutral interior flooded with light from windows that span the 17'5" walls. The current design maintains the characteristic industrial details from the property's former life, setting the stage for a glamorous modern interior in line with today's minimalist tastes. Track lighting, spectacular chandeliers, and eye-catching artwork offer abundant interior decor inspiration.These luxury apartments retain details from their industrial and art deco roots.
Decorative accents include plenty of plants and small trees near windows, and a bold collection of canvases against the opposite wall.Interior artwork comes in many forms! These luxury homes demonstrate their own unique tastes.
Our second tour examines a home that embraces a diverse range of styles surrounding the neoclassical period, decorated with plenty of modern furniture and accessories throughout. The woodwork concepts are especially interesting – at times imposing, and at other times brightening the room with a light touch.Intricate and elegant, these luxurious homes will rekindle your love for classic design.
The home is composed of two distinct volumes, creatively offset to create four working levels. Glass and metal cladding give the upper cantilever environment an industrial appeal that speaks to the client's interests and personality.This inspiring smart home built for an engineer combines breathtaking architecture, advanced tech, and an enviable view.

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The next luxury apartment is a penthouse for an art collector in Iran. The living room is swathed in organic materials and neutral natural tones, framed by a dramatic hallway in unforgettable black marble. This space also features a stunning view – some of the interior colors seem to echo the beach tones of the landscape.Enjoy this tour of three luxury apartments, each one offering unique inspiration to satisfy your taste for sophisticated design.
Located in Hollywood Hills, this incredible home consists of curvaceous volumes cascading down from the verdant peak. Its fluid shape embraces the hillside and exaggerates the natural curve of the land with expressive cantilever terraces.Fascinating luxury homes with futuristic architecture and breathtaking cityscape views.
Speaking of inspiring spaces, this coastal home visualized by architect and designer Daniel Vojinovic is a great place to begin our adventure of contemporary luxury. Open concept living embraces the seaside environment with a 180-degree view through floor-to-ceiling windows.These luxe homes feature cutting edge design trends in fashionable black and white.
Rounded furniture more accurately represents the Louis XVI period, rather than Louis XIV, yet they work wonderfully in this design. Of all the Louis-inspired furniture available today, those oval-backed chairs are probably the most beloved. The thickness and ornamentation makes them quite different from the ones you'd find at the market, however.These opulent homes feature modern interpretations of Baroque and Neoclassical design elements.
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