These six luxury neoclassical style interiors lavishly exude elegance from extravagant ceiling roses and stunning boiserie. The decorative design elements form a layered backdrop that sets an upmarket scene for gloriously decorative furniture pieces, huge eye-catching chandeliers, and high-end materials palettes of marble, natural woods, plus rich gold and brass accents. As we tour through this set of fabulous boiserie-kissed homes, we’ll also discover inspiration for impressive high-ceilinged living rooms, unique kitchens, grand dining rooms, enviable bedroom designs, and chic bathroom concepts. The pendulum swings between spaces steeped in classical contours and homes freshened with more contemporary ideas, meeting desires for all tastes and inclinations.

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Stunning natural stone elements and rich brown accents construct a luxurious 210 square metre apartment interior, located in St. Petersburg, Russia. Designed by Chub Architects, this is a space that’s set to wow all who visit with its unabashed use of expensive materials and its free flowing layout. Wood slatted room dividers and window shutters instil a transparency into the home that hardly wavers. Almost every area is viewable by another, whether that be a stylish ensuite bathroom, a lavish dressing room, or an open ended modern kitchen design. Get the full lowdown with the detailed floor plan at the end of the apartment tour.

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Casa Tau Resort in Mexico is a stunning luxury holiday destination, which also featured as the picture perfect location for outrageous Netflix series ‘Too Hot To Handle’. Everybody on the show was equally photogenic, and very single. The twist? To win the $100,000 prize fund, the scantily clad contestants could flirt as much as they liked but kissing and ANY X-rated touching were completely off-limits! The cast and crew spent 30 days on the shores of the prestigious Punta Mita Community in Los Ranchos, making use of twelve en-suite bedrooms, accommodations for twenty-seven, and spacious indoor/outdoor areas.

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