Since the set was released on Feb. 10, "Fifty Shades Darker" has stirred the admiration of tons of fans not only with the hot character of Christian Grey but also to his luxurious residence. The Fifty Shades of Grey dream house has been made possible thanks to Nelson Coates.
The Seattle penthouse is where some scenes from "Fifty Shades Darker" productions was taken which garnered a large appreciation from the audiences. Everyone who would want to get an experience to be in the very lavish place to explore every inch of Christian Grey's Seattle penthouse can possibly do this.
According to People, fans don't have to be in Seattle, USA to have a peak of what's inside; it can already be easily viewed in a 360-degree virtual experience. Although artificial, fans can have a breath-taking view over the city with the floor-to-ceiling rooms, the many sparkling chandeliers, double-height ceilings, a super-sized wine cellar, home gym and two separate walk in wardrobes that everyone would be longing to have in their own home. This set up perfectly matches the character of "Fifty Shades Darker" billionaire businessman Christian Grey which is depicted by Jamie Dornan.
The virtual look on the penthouse can be experienced on Christian Grey's Apartment. The famous Italian Fazioli F278 Grand Piano is never left out which stands in the corner. The spectacular glass-encased wine cellar and Dornan's favorite space: the exceptional library is also there. One of the centre-piece is the master bedroom where most scenes in "Fifty Shades Darker" were taken. The bathroom is also extravagantly detailed with the twin sinks, a central floating divider wall with a deep bath tub.
The set was designed to complement with the classy man's comfortable luxury. Decorator Carolyn Loucks said that they create the space that would bring out the character of Christian Grey that could probably snared any woman and will left every man wishing for a "Fifty Shades Darker"-like luck.
"It was always important to make his space extremely beautiful, extremely luxurious," says director James Foley. It's no exemption also to the lead star to wish for such home. "If I had huge sums of money I would want that room in my house," says Dornan. "It's just like a proper room that you'd want to have a nice glass of single malt. It's a pretty cool room."