Moving out of one’s home is really painful, especially when you’ve put in your best in designing to make it look more beautiful. William Powell, the vice president and CFO at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas, might also be going through similar pangs while shifting from his renovated condominium apartment in Arlington. He calls it his ‘little jewel-box’ since the apartment blends luxury interiors with a restrained attraction.
The orangy oak floors, reinstated hardware, flooring and carpets offer a rather unheard of interior design. Equally exceptional are versace vases on pedestals, black-glass credenza, a cocktail table from Theodore’s, montage of framed silk ties, a polished chrome bar cart, dining chairs upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils velvet, and a black-granite carpet surround. Well, the master bath flaunts marble tiles, black glass tops and polished chrome hardware. If you didn’t have a look on the master-suite, you’re surely gonna miss the black lacquer-and-glass platform bed and the pillows asking you to recline awhile. SOLD!
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