Spectacular Penthouse Interior

Spectacular Penthouse Interior
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Mark Tracy of Chemical Spaces managed to reflect the fascinating atmosphere of Las Vegas in this amazing city center penthouse. Using only the finest materials throughout, Tracy created an extravagant and inviting modern dwelling that’s perfect for partying Vegas-style.

Among the highlights of the house there is a large glass mosaic that covers part of the ceiling, wall and floor. From the middle of the mosaic on the ceiling hangs a modern chandelier in a blue glass cube. Another highlight is the custom rug in the living area, created by HZL Henzel and covering the white hardwood floor.

Above this area of the house (where the rug is displayed) there is a striking ceiling featuring triangular mirrors separated by beams. They have a pivotal role in creating a party atmosphere together with the RGB LED lighting of the house.

The master bedroom features a 13-inch tall bed made of Italian porcelain and boasting its very own chandelier. Between the luxe bathroom and the bedroom there is a custom chain curtain with Banksy’s signature tag. You can admire the spectacular interior in the pictures below.

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Tom Cooper | Elite.

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