This amazing 7500 square-foot penthouse in Knightsbridge, London, is extravagantly elegant with art deco style and dramatic terms of color.
The lounge has a bespoke crystal ceiling fixture by Dernier & Hamlyn, the coffee table was made by Winch to work harmoniously with the chandelier. The luxury furniture includes silk velvet covered sofas and club chairs in a silk by Oliver Treutlein, exude a mellow shimmer.
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At the end of the corridor, the work by minimalist painter Tadaaki Kuwayama gives more glamor to this space.
The living room is made of black American walnut trimmed with polish nickel and has a classical piano in the middle of the room.
The dining table comfortably seats eighteen persons and this custom piece was made of black walnut with gold leafed wood rib detailing on its perimeter and chairs with embroidered motif on their backs.
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Credenzas of Macassar ebony with brass inlay are crowned with slabs of Portoro gold marble and is also a bespoke piece.
The whole room is wrapped with a popular eglomise treatment by the French jeweler, Fabergé. And, at the end, another jesmonite panel who remembers the famous L’Oasis made by deco metal master Edgar Brandt in 1924 for the Exposition Internationale ds Arts Décoratifs et Industrieles Moderns.
Fine English joinary contractor Halstock created the millwork encasing the television and the yellow bespoke sofas were decorated with pillows in luscious Holland & Sherry fabrics.
The modern design of the master bedroom is custom designed and made of colored fabric from Humphries Weaving Company.
The perfect piece to finish this amazing penthouse decoration is the luxury safe Millionaire by Boca do Lobo:
Influenced by the California Gold Rush and the “Forty-niner’s”, the Millionaire Safe is Boca do Lobo’s most iconic safe, designed and built to make an impression and deliver an unmatched experience. It’s empowering opening handle draws inspiration from Portuguese history, and the era of maritime discoveries, resembling a vessel ship’s wheel. The Millionaire features a solid polished brass frame, with gold coating. The opening system works with a secret code combination, and the interior is lined in fabric, with a set of lockable drawers made from solid mahogony. As safe and secure as its owner’s secrets, only to be unveiled by time itself.
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