Welcome to our gallery featuring a traditionally-styled and elegant luxury home designed by Antarya Design.
Antarya Design, established in 2000, focuses on bringing a cosmopolitan atmosphere to each home they design. Form and function are key components of the design, but Antarya Design also adds in unique combinations of color and texture.
Homes by Antarya Design embrace classic architecture, with grand columns, balconies, and showy elements like a spiral staircase. Each element of the home’s design is hand-picked to create the maximum dramatic effect.
But perhaps more importantly, each home’s design is created in collaboration with the client, architect, and developer so that each stage of the process is harmonious. Each space in the home is customized and tailored to the clients wants and needs–in fact, each client is encouraged to be as involved as possible.
In this sprawling mansion, you’ll see some truly amazing elements. Keep an eye out for balconies and rooftop terraces, for epic chandeliers and grand staircases in spiraling wrought iron filigree.
Make sure you pay attention to the design of the kitchen, where Antarya Designs’ philosophy of form meeting function is most prominently displayed.
We hope you will fall in love with this gorgeous, elegant, and traditionally styled home!
A wrought-iron gate surrounds the sprawling property of this enormous home. The gate leads directly up to either garage. Above the garages we can see a rooftop terrace.
As we move towards the front door, we are greeted by a curved set of stairs leading up to the grand double doors. The doors feature more of the scrollwork from the fence. The pattern on the fence also matches the balustrade of the curved balcony above the doors.
Here we are viewing the entrance to the home from the top of the staircase. The chandelier is hung at the perfect height to provide light to both levels of the foyer.
As we continue into the kitchen, we are met with an enormously functional space that includes two islands. One of the islands is strictly preparation area, while the other is split into two tiers and features an eat-in bar. The walls are tiled in a complementary backsplash. Jewel-like stained glass pendant lights hang above the eat-in bar.
From the eat-in bar, we can better see the frosted glass wall cabinets at the top of the silky black cabinetry. Matching crown molding adds to the traditional feel of this mostly contemporary kitchen.
The foyer also leads directly into the formal living room, with another spiral staircase leading up to the second floor. A plush dusky blue area rug covers the tile floor in front of the satin chaise. A piano sits in front of the sliding glass doors to the patio.
This view from the second floor landing shows the less grand, but no less beautiful chandelier that hangs above the living room, but also allows us to see the room’s furniture more clearly. To the left is an enclosed gas-burning fireplace.
The downstairs powder room consists of bronze glass mosaic tiles along the bottom of the room, topped by light brown matte walls. A simple tapered pedestal sink is topped by a large metallic mirror.
This close-up of the powder room sink shows the luxurious marble vessel sink and brushed nickel fixtures against the bronze tile.
Moving to the upstairs, the children’s bedroom is less showy, but no less comfortable than the rest of the home. This room focuses more on function, providing beds that will be large enough for the owner’s children to grow up in.
The full bathroom for the children is equally as simple, with a dark dual vanity and bronzy countertops. The shower stall is closed off by a glass door and contains the bathtub as well.
In the master bedroom, some of the unique luxurious touches return. From this angle, we can see the dual vanities with a make-up table between the two. A circular mirror is layered on top of the seamless mirror.
The master bathroom’s free-standing shower stall is open on both sides and has a river of tile flowing down the center.
A close-up on the wavy “river’ of tile that hides the plumbing on this otherwise all-glass shower.
Across from the shower is the large jacuzzi tub settled into the bay windows to the backyard. Small tropical plants help set a relaxing mood.
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