The lavish Setai Penthouse featuring a Thai-inspired design

Most people would prefer a penthouse instead of a regular apartment because of the space it offers and, of course, because of the views. Usually the fact that penthouses are so spacious is not a problem as a large home is preferred to a small one but it can be a challenge when it comes to decorating it. If you want to see a perfect example of how you can make a spacious penthouse feel inviting and beautiful, just take a look at this place.

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This is the Setai Penthouse. Located in Miami, this place impresses with its warm and inviting look. It’s decorated in a Thai style and this gives it a unique allure and charm. Also, it makes it feel very relaxing and stylish as well. The most interesting aspect in this case would have to be the mix of Thai-inspired elements. As you can see, the décor is quite unique. It features lots of statues, sculptures and interesting accessories related to the Thai culture.

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It’s a nice option that allows you to get away from your everyday life and to hide in this small piece of paradise. In this penthouse it’s easy to distance yourself from the outside world simply because of the décor and influences. All the accessories combined with the color palette and architecture create a very charming design. This is a penthouse that definitely has character. There are lots of beautiful features such as the flowers surrounding the pool, those lovely wooden chairs, the statues and the plants.