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.

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(Pictures of the Trump family)

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(The entryway into the penthouse)

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

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