Luxury Las Vegas Apartment With A Stylish Masculine Vibe

Masculine doesn’t always have to mean rough, strong and lack of finesse. In interior design, creating a space with a masculine feel can often be a challenge but also an opportunity to ignore the stereotypes and to elevate the concept to a new level. Take this apartment for example. It definitely features a masculine vibe but, at the same time, it’s also very chic and stylish.

The apartment is situated in Las Vegas which means that the views are always eye-catching. The interior is glamorous and elegant and the atmosphere inside is soothing and inviting which contrasts with this busy city where things can get crazy sometimes. The furniture was chosen to reflect a simple, straight-forward style. The colors are a combination of dark and light tones, beautifully combined and the textures were carefully chosen to perfectly complement the décor.

This luxury apartment is definitely remarkable. I love all the accent details like the carefully-chosen hardware, the finishes, the slight different in color and the way it all comes together. Of course, we can’t ignore the panoramic views which can be admired through the floor-to-ceiling glass walls, although can be hidden is a second behind those long and elegant curtains.



Published by in Apartments, on June 8th, 2009

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