It’s officially been one week since Donald Trump was made President-Elect by the American people. While move-in day to the White House won’t be until January, Trump remains living at Trump Tower in NYC.

The $100million New York penthouse is the current base of operations for Trump as he and his team plot out his administrative plans. The three-story Fifth Avenue property is decorated with gold-rimmed candy bowls, a gold and diamond laced front door, a toy Mercedes for his 10-year-old son Barron and an array of murals to Greek Gods.

The penthouse home has a breathtaking view of Central Park, and is covered with floor-to-ceiling marble, chandeliers, pillows bearing Trump’s coat of arms, and statues and art worth millions of dollars. It’s very apparent Trump has an affinity for Greek art appreciation: sitting above the white marbled fireplace is Apollo, Zeus’s son, being led by gods in a chariot. Greek vases are spread out in Athenian style, and a statue of Eros & Psyche towers over a picture of Zeus.

Upon first glance, it’s evident that everything in the penthouse is coordinated in symmetry. This all due in part to the designer of the penthouse, Angelo Donghia – also referred to as “the Saint Laurent of sofas.”

Photos of the elegant home appeared today on Daily Mail, and we thought you’d like see them for yourself.  Stunning.






(Pictures of the Trump family)


(The entryway into the penthouse)


(Melania’s jewelry; each piece on average is around $162)


(Louis XIV’s Hall of Mirrors, the design Trump wanted to mimic for his penthouse)