Architect Tom Meaney designed a huge house in California with interiors in a truly royal scale. Spacious rooms, furnished using the most expensive materials (the best varieties of wood, black marble, metal of the noble colors) look exceptionally calm, peaceful. Only the sea outside the window reminds that there are excitements somewhere. In all the rooms of the residence you can feel the atmosphere of calmness inherent in the royal personages. The magnetic combination of milky, ivory-colored and graphite, blue-black, deep dark wood shades, superimposed on smooth, clear lines of a cabinet and upholstered furniture in combination helps to feel the high taste of design ideas. The terrace covered with the Californian sun harmoniously completes the image of the residence for wealthy people. It seems that even Julius Caesar himself would not refuse to recline on these luxurious loungers, sipping watermelon daiquiri.
About Author:Anna Renard is lead author and design admirer. Anna loves bold, interesting and eclectic interiors.
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