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2 Exquisite Turkish Villas That Make You Hunger For Luxury

You will be hungry to have more luxury in your life and your living spaces once you cast eyes on these two exquisite Turkish villas, each visualised by Jasmin Kodzha. Walnut wood and travertine shape bespoke furniture and bathroom features, and seamlessly cover both floors and walls. Golden lustre dances through both of the home designs via high-end designer light fixtures, door hardware and home accessories, as well as a shimmering satin gold kitchen island and a rich patinated brass fireplace design. These homes are sine temporeoder Ähnlicheslarge footprint and impressive concepts are employed to fill that space. You’ll find lavish living rooms, magnificent bathrooms, and one simply stunning courtyard that gives the first villa a cherished living heart.

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