Tommy Hilfiger Florida Mansion contains every single color of the rainbow in its interior design
Tommy Hilfiger Florida Mansion has a lively vibe that makes us feel like we’re at an art gallery in the early 1960s and 1970s. Designed by Martin Lawrence Bullard, the Hilfiger’s home in Golden Beach, Florida is surrounded by vintage pop arts which result in a gigantic 14,079 square feet gallery.
The designer’s home has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms and four half bathrooms. It’s interior design is characterized by a diversity of colors, and as a homage to Tommy Hilfiger‘s internationally recognized brand, the Florida mansion contains a montage of blue, red and white paneling throughout the entire space.
To encourage its fun design a little bit more, the luxury home involves several guest bathrooms in fruit wallpapers that are made out of scratch-and-sniff material. According to Jill Hertzberg, the Hilfigers wanted this Florida Mansion to be a glamorous home where they could showcase their amazing collection of artwork.
With a value of $27.5 Million this estate in Golden Beach is truly perfect for the luxury buyer who enjoys upscale, beachfront living. Would you like to live surrounded by every shade of the rainbow? Here’s your best chance.
Take a closer look.
The kitchen was coated in black and white stripes and stunning translucent chairs. A contemporary lighting fixture finishes up the whole look.
The dining room has a passionate and bold design where colors like black, white, red, yellow and silver coexist in perfect balance.
One of the bedrooms was completely given a lively touch with yellow and white patterned hues.
Blue and green was also an option for the luxury home.
A touch of texture and passionate patterns was provided to the home’s living area.