Peek Inside Donald Trump’s Gold and Marble Covered Penthouse in New York

Potential Presidential candidate Donald Trump has been the butt of many political jokes but when it comes to interior decorating, his New York City penthouse trumps (bazinga!) the competition. Refinery29 was recently invited to interview Donald’s wife, model Melania Trump. The two have been seen together since late 1998, tied the knot in 2005 (Donald’s third marriage) and had their first child, Barron William Trump, who was born in 2006. Image1TrumpInside, the Trump penthouse is absolute dream.Designed by Angelo Donghia in Louis XIV style, the three-floor penthouse is decorated in 24 carat gold and marble. The sitting room is absolutely bombarded with gold details, features several marble columns and even has a water fountain at the back. And have you seen the size of those crystal chandeliers?!Image3Trump Image4TrumpDonald and Melania’s breakfast room is no different. Offering spectacular views of Manhattan, the Trumps spare no expense when it comes to comfort and decor: take a look at the antique clock, gold-rimed drinking glasses, teacup and gold tray. Even the cereal is served in a gorgeous, delicate raised bowl. Image5Trump Image6TrumpMelania’s home office features a wood-and-gold table, a bronze statue, a painting and a beautiful white-and-gold loveseat displaying some of Melania’s watches and jewelry that she designs and sells in a Louis Vuitton jewelry case.Image7Trump Image8TrumpThis room is also bathed in the sophistication that comes with gold, gold and more gold. Once again, white and grey marble columns make a statement against the off-brown marble walls. Here, a Trump family portrait hangs in the background, the black-and-gold pillows have the Trump coat of arms and we can even spot Barron’s little toy Mercedes peeking in the background. Clearly, the boy already has great taste. Image10TrumpAll in all, the Trump penthouse is the epitome of class and elegance – plus it has downright awesome views of the city.Image11Trump

Sources: [idesignarch.com] and [dailymail.co.uk]

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