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The Most Expensive House In The World

The Most Expensive House In The World

The home is something that cannot be separated from human life, because in addition to functioning as a place of refuge, the house also is a place where the men build a sense of shame in the family as well as build communication with other humans. Beyond that, the house could also indicate a person’s social status in the community. No wonder many people spend billions of money to build a house. The following is a list of the most expensive houses in the world:

Fleur de Lys ($ 125.000.000), the house was built by Suzanne and David Saperstein. The house (French for lily flower) has 3 bedrooms and the exterior is covered with whitewash of France while the interior in flush right with 24-karat gold. The house also has furniture items such as curtain patterns and Marie Antoinette’s favourite seat of Napoleon.

Julianne Moore’s House In NY

Julianne Moore’s House In NY

Had she not become an actress, Julianne Moore could definitely have been a decorator, and a successful one at that. Her house is located in Townhouse West Village New York. Her tastes in interiors and designs reflect in the way she has got the decor of her house done. Furniture, design, construction, renovation, and all manner of zhuzh—these are her obsessions. She is a connoisseur and a surprisingly rigorous aesthete.

“Purple, black, gray, white, and green are the only colors I can handle,” she says, proudly leading the way through the well-appointed 1905 New York City townhouse she shares with her husband.

Home Decorating With French Country Style

Home Decorating With French Country Style

France is known for its innovation in style and fashion in every century. French antiques mark as being highly decorative, elaborate and ostentatious. Great emphasis was placed on decoration and display.

Historically, true French Provincial antiques blended with the farmhouse styles found within different regions of France. This blending became known as French Country Style. Certainly, French country style is not a particular period style. Many persons familiar with French antiques have difficulty relating it historically. However, within the design of Country French antiques there are elements of the following periods: a) the Medieval Period; b) the Restoration Period, and the c) Neoclassical Period.

Interior Design Ideas: Personalize Your Living Space

Interior Design Ideas: Personalize Your Living Space

When styling your home, think well of what you as a family really need when it comes to movement, storage and lifestyle. Decorative accessories are like jewelry for your home – the finishing touch that completes the look with a satisfying flourish. In home decorating, accessories include essentials such as lamps, pillows, and area rugs as well as all the objects you collect to hang on walls, arrange on shelves, and display on tabletops. They’re usually the last things to be placed when you’re redecorating a room, but that doesn’t make them the least significant; accessories add color and texture to rooms, and even more important, they tell your story, reflecting your interests and what you enjoy or cherish.

Every family has its own way of life and schedule, so refrain from copying other people’s ideas and then believe that they will fit your home. Rather, go with your own instincts and the rest will simply flow. For instance, if you want to redo your family room, take into consideration each member’s needs and everyday routine. Do the kids need a special place to study? Is there a particular corner where you can stash your toddler’s toys and diapering needs? Can the big man of the house watch his favorite ball game on TV while the little ones are having fun with their video games? These are just some of the factors that should be well thought of and incorporated into the plans.