Architectural Digest gave a look inside fashion designer Max Azria’s $88 million estate in Los Angeles, seen above. This two-story was built in the 1930s. The sprawling estate features 17 bedrooms, a greenhouse, a tennis court and a pool, to name a few amenities. While such lap of luxury might not be the norm for many of us, the style doesn’t have to be out of reach.
The style above shows the refined sophistication of the home. The modern chandelier gives the home a look of high class, while sleek boxy lines above the windows and around the TV keep things modern. The artistic throw pillows give the whole space a playful feel, as well.
What really pulls this space together is the fabric’s color coordination. The white chairs and textured gray sofa keep things looking sleek. The geometric black and white rug gives a similar feel. While the orange accent chairs keep things colorful.
Below you can see some similar fabrics in those white, gray and orange tones. There is also a fabric that matches the boxy geometric feel of the rug.
White Leather Texture Vinyl Upholstery
Domino Black Geometric Woven Upholstery