This traditional powder features an ornate brown and metallic vanity mirror positioned against the green-gray textured walls. A vase of white flowers provides a touch of nature, while neutral patterned hand towels add a finishing touch.
Rather than extend the beach theme colors in the rest of the home into the master bedroom, designer Guillaume Gentet decided to use luxurious silver tones, pattern and organic shapes, making the space feel calming and serene. A cozy upholstered armchair with a matching ottoman provides a nice spot to relax and enjoy a book. A piece of blue coral adorns the end table by the armchair, adding a subtle beach-inspired detail to the room.
All that glitters is gorgeous in this powder room. The wallpaper has a mirrored background covered in birds and vines. To go along with the gold-trimmed mirror, designers ordered a gold custom-made faucet. And tassels on the drawer pulls? Perfection!
Blue and White Traditional Study With Horse Statue
The design of this study is meticulous, each item contributing to the dazzling whole. Blue and gold are the palette with rich layers of interest coming from the artwork and the intriguing lines of the furniture and lighting.
Designed by Tom Beasley this guest bedroom is exuding with opulent details. High ceilings are accented with a stunning pearl gray statuesque headboard which highlights the gray ceiling beams. The gray palette is complimented with lush gold drapes that flows over into the lamp and linens.
This ornate master bedroom features an elaborate four poster bed resembling Roman columns that stretch up toward intricately painted ceiling beams. A gold detailed headboard matches the look while an equally ornate bedside lamp, nightstand, and gold-detailed artwork complete the rich texture of this space.
Traditional Great Room With Decorative Ceiling and Rich Upholstery
This elegant great room features soft blue-green walls paired with gold accents, like the floral upholstered sofas. A traditional chandelier hangs from a decorative ceiling, while a square coffee table sits atop a teal and gold floral area rug. Five sets of French doors offer natural light and immediate access to the 93-foot terrace.
A patterned metallic wallpaper sets the stage for this decadent powder room, accented by a beautiful drum chandelier and ornate framed mirror. A stunning vanity with crystal drawer pulls assures this small space is never overlooked.
This suite is aptly named Chandra Prakash, which means Luster of the Moon. The crown jewel of a 250-year-old pleasure palace constructed by Maharana Jagat Singh II in 1746, this suite was later used as the court of Maharana Bhopal Singh in the 1930s. Gilt moldings, sinuously carved marble and intricate ceiling frescoes add to the suite's elaborate decoration.