The words architecture imitates life makes real sense when you see St. Tropez’s luxury villa. The bedrooms are very beautiful and have elephant-head style lamps in it which are wall-mounted.
There are oversized shells in the bedrooms as well. And the bathrooms have small porthole windows along with industrial grade pendant lights. These lights hang from the ceiling of the open plan lounge. These ceilings have plantation fans as well. These fans totally decorate almost all the rooms.
There are organic screening materials which provide shade to the lantern-lit patio in the house. The use of natural wood and red color totally gives the warm feeling and stretches out from the bedroom to the living room. The dining space has a lot of windows that beautifully look over the garden.
Peninsula 1’s ultimate resident is a social butterfly who loves to entertain but relishes being cocooned when the mood generated by the property inevitably takes them.
The red accents move through the bedrooms and shedding their nautical chic, take on a warmth inspired by objects of the natural world and the sea itself. The red settles in the muted tranquility of a seafoam green color scheme offset by painted and exposed beams treated to appear not unlike driftwood. Red accents all but dissipate in each of the four bedroom’s en-suites, the master’s double beginning a new, altogether cooler palette in it’s black and white floral prints, that is seen again in the minimalist kitchen and open internal spaces.