The first rule of billionaire decorating is, of course, to make sure you have enough animal print to let the world know you are a billionaire.
The second rule of billionaire decorating is to throw as many marble busts into a room as humanly possible and then act casual about it. Like, "Oh yeah, that marble bust of myself. I totally forgot I commissioned that for $6 million."
Self-portraits are a must, obviously. You can also never go wrong with a few pillows of your face in every room. Really anything that advertises your beauty and importance should be played up.
As a billionaire, you are practically royalty. This means you can and should decorate with a regal theme, and if you don't have a throne in your home you're doing it wrong.
Monogram your towels. Monogram your pillows. Monogram your silk toilet paper that you ship in from across the world. Whatever it is, make sure it has your initials (and possibly family crest) on it.
Chandeliers are a good indicator of wealth and class, and, therefore, a good thing for your billionaire decor. Pepper your home with chandeliers, and then when people comment, say, "Why, thank you. You don't think 42 chandeliers was too many for this room, do you?"
Nothing screams money quite like ancient Greece and Rome. Make sure your home includes plenty of pillars and statues and a general feel that you might be at Hearst Castle or the Pantheon.
Fur or faux fur should be so plentiful in your billionaire home that your guests can scarcely go one step without seeing it, walking on it or talking about it.
Velvet is the fabric of the elite, after all.
The more gold the better. Throw 24-karat gold around like it's glitter from the dollar store and today is your birthday.
Every last inch of your billionaire home should be accounted for, and that includes your ceilings. Make them magnificent. Make them grand. Make them worthy of Queen Elizabeth II on her Coronation Day.
Tassels are a casual way to convey to someone you are a person of fortune and they are a person of good fortune to even be in your home.
Billionaire decor, by definition, should be over the top, so don't be afraid to go that extra mile down the path of crazy furnishings (even if that mile is a life-size zebra or a bath fit for a king). After all, you're a billionaire. Why not?
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