Penthouse Living Rooms: Luxury Living at the Highest Level
Is there anything more luxurious than a Penthouse? The idea of being on top of the world, high above the rest, should inspire a truly glamorous interior. However, when decorating penthouse living rooms, there are a few different looks that you can go for. Here at Insplosion, we’re sharing the top 4 penthouse living room inspirations that will spark your next project!
Although equally suited for mansion interiors, the modern classic style is a favorite in penthouse design. It’s all about briguing the luxury of a palace into the air, about merging classic and contemporary into a flawless ambiance. Thus, from the stylish pouf, luxury chandeliers, and sophisticated grey, blue, and gold color scheme, there is a lot to appreciate here.
Yet, not everyone likes to go all out on the opulence. For some people, refinement is about choosing a little bit of minimalism. In fact, the quality of the materials, the luxury lighting, and the expensive TV leave no doubt as to the luxurious nature of this interior.
Besides, the open spaces in a penthouse often result in having to combine two rooms into one. This project does that without feeling cluttered or pressed for space. It’s the perfect place for a stylish, practical owner that knows what he or she wants.
But there’s no reason for opulence to be classic and minimalism to be contemporary. Indeed, you can make a contemporary living room just as bold and luxurious as a classic one. This project featuring LUXXU is a fine example of that. The use of brass finishings, black marble walls, and luxury sofas bring an air of grandness into an utterly modern interior. Yet, it’s the luxury chandelier that steals the spotlight, matching the ceiling details and given the entire room an upgraded aura of luxury.
This almost art-deco interior leans on the unique tables and rugs to bring the room to life. The metal is utterly luxurious, finely crafted and shimmering. The rug, however, is almost a piece of contemporary art by itself. Yet, we also love the use of a mirror in the marble wall, since it creates the illusion of an even bigger living area.