The second home for a couple based in L.A., this two-story penthouse in Seattle easily reflects their edgy tastes. In the entry hall, for example, 5’ long chainmaille chandeliers make quite the impact, while a photo set of Bob Marley offers a glimpse of the rare art that's featured across the home.
A stunning focal point in The Palazzo in Rabat, Malta is the thick glass floor in the entry hall. The 200-year-old mansion underwent a complete renovation to return it to is former glory, while also adding modern architectural achievements to the home.
This neutral entry hall is designed to soothe the stress of the day when you walk in the room. A pair of glass pendant lights add symmetry, as do the pair of electric candlesticks on either side of the art on the wall. The transom over the front door allows sunlight to illuminate the hall.
When designing living rooms with a cramped entryway, use decorative mirrors to keep the room light and bright. A trio of antique mirrors were installed to reflect the living room and bounce natural light into its otherwise small, dark entry. The column of three mirrors adds a touch of glamour to the brown hallway. Continuing the mirror theme, an adjacent living room features a large mirror mounted in a distressed window frame.
This long, arched hallway with oatmeal-colored walls leads into the master bedroom's sitting area, seen at the end of the hallway. The master suite features a crystal chandelier and elegant draperies creating a warm and inviting retreat.
The Palazzo, a 200-year-old mansion located in Rabat, Malta, boasts 10,700 square feet of living. The dramatic entry hall features an impressive skylight, as well as a thick glass floor that allows views of the floor below.