When it comes to having a place that you can go to when you need to sleep, or rest; some people do not even have this! They stay on the roads, eating the remains that more fortunate people leave on the road. On the other hand, we see people who have billions, and own a house that costs them a fortune, where they will only use 4 or 5 rooms out of the whole thing. Here are the most expensive houses and the names of their owners.
This palace is technically still a house. The Queen’s residence is located in London, and is not for sale. Moreover, its value is $1.55 billion which was valued by the Nationwide Building Society in 2012. In fact, Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 bedrooms, 188 staff rooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms. Moreover, the owner is The British Sovereign; Currently Queen Elizabeth II, who has ruled since February 6, 1952.
The Antilia is not even a house that you can imagine! In fact, it is a 27-story, 400,000-square-foot building that is located in Mumbai, India. Moreover, this building has six underground parking floors, three helicopter pads, and requires a 600-person staff just to maintain it. Furthermore, it is worth $1 billion, and belongs to Mukesh Ambani who is India’s richest man, that has a net worth of $23.6 billion, according to Forbes. Ambani made his money running Reliance Industries, an energy and materials company.
This Villa is Located in Cote D’Azure, France. Moreover, it is worth $750 million, and owned by: Lily Safra who is a Brazilian philanthropist and a widow of the Lebanese banker William Safra. In fact, William, her husband, passed away when another one of the couple’s homes burned down, apparently due to arson. Furthermore, the villa includes: a commercial sized green house, a swimming pool and pool house, an outdoor kitchen, helipad, and a guest house larger than the mansions of most millionaires.
December is here, and the main thing that roams through our minds every day is Christmas. In fact, when it comes to presents, the hardest thing to do is decide whether your loved one will like the gift or not. The possibilities are uncountable, and the ideas start making you feel like you are in a rollercoaster and do not know how to get out. Do not panic! We have gathered for you today, some of the best Christmas ideas for your boyfriend, fiancé, lover, husband…etc. that we guarantee he’ll like.
Nose And Ear Trimmer
Every man, whether he is hairy or not, does not like to keep seeing those few hairs that keep sticking out from his nose or ear. This is why, a nose and ear trimmer would be the perfect gift for him, and he will not have to go through days of sticking out hairs anymore.
This gift is appropriate for the men who are always on their phone. In fact, carrying a charger everywhere will not guarantee that he will be able to recharge his phone when it is low on battery. This is why, a powerbank will allow him to recharge it whenever he wants, and wherever he is.
Sports Cars Driving Chance
This is, for sure, one of the best gifts a woman can give to a man. Every man, as much as he denies it, is a sports car lover. Search online for availabilities and book it right away. In fact, this might cost you a little bit more, but it is worth it for sure.
A smartphone projector is a device that allows you to put your phone inside, and watch a movie or a match while it is projected on the wall. In fact, every guy will enjoy it because it will be perfect for his reunions with the boys.
When chosen correctly, a good curtain is the main thing that makes a room a whole. Moreover, When it comes to window decorating, you need to take into consideration: color and fabric, length and lining, and custom-made versus off-the-shelf. So, you are lost, and do not know which curtain to choose to which room. This is why, we teamed up with a group of interior designers, and came up with the best ways to help you pick up the perfect curtains.
When you want to add curtains to a room that is shared by all the members of the family, you do not need privacy. This is why, the room will always need light because the sun light will help in brightening the room. Moreover, semi sheer curtains will be perfect for this case. In fact, the amount of the light you want in, will determine the thickness of the fabric; thick fabric lets in less light than thin one.
When it comes to bathrooms, especially those on the first floor, they have small windows, but also need the light to get in. Moreover, bathrooms need a lot of privacy, this is why designers use a hard window treatment called a cellular shade. Referred to as a top-down/bottom-up shade, this shade allows you to walk around without being seen and still lets a lot of light in.
Just like bathrooms, bedrooms that are located on the first floor, need more privacy than the one on the second floor. However, both will require natural sun light. In fact, there are those very contemporary draperies that start from the ceiling and end on the floor, they are the most appropriate for bedrooms, because when they are closed, an entire wall of fabric still allows light in. In fact, draperies can be installed on the wall or the ceiling, depending on what suits the room the best.