Photo essay by Brandi Wills
A Picasso-esque settee outside the main dining room.
A peek inside one of the private salons
Warm lighting subdues the abundance of colors and textures at play in the main dining room.
Kleiner chose this painting for its fireworks-like effect, which complements the energy and colors in the main dining room.
The faux-decay paint effect on the walls was achieved by painting them with numerous layers of different colored paint, then scraping through to reveal earlier layers.
A view from the balcony of The Flamenco Room.
Waiting in line for the restroom has never been so much fun.