Luxury Las Vegas

April 2013 :: An Homage to Home Sweet Home

Luxury Las Vegas continues to be Las Vegas’ premier metropolitan magazine offering Extraordinary Living for Extraordinary Lives.

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Designer Cary Vogel found immediate inspiration for the home's entire design palette with a single piece -- a silvery gray area rug that is tufted so loosely its fluffiness is almost ethereal (shown here in the main living area). COUPLE COLLABORATES WITH DESIGNER TO BRING CHARMS OF CITY'S GLITZ TO THEIR ONE QUEENSRIDGE PLACE RESIDENCE. by beth schwartz | photography by jim k. decker W hen newcomers move to Las Vegas and decide to make it home, a lot of times they completely leave behind any vestiges of their past -- from furniture to their personal sense of style -- in an effort to fit in to their now glittery, ever present neon surroundings. They generally go all in, taking the approach that if you are in Rome, you might as well live like a Roman. A lot of times the "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" route includes adding home accents indigenous to the city's nightlife scene which could include everything from stripper poles and DJ booths to tufted walls covered in gold lame and yards upon yards of beaded crystal curtains. But, of course, not everyone takes the design of their Vegas abode so literally. One couple who made the move from the Midwest to Las Vegas several years ago arrived open minded to the charms of the city, but still maintained a "we need to actually live in the space" attitude. april 2013 | luxury las vegas 27

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