Luxury Slope-Side Living at The Ritz-Carlton Residences Tahoe

One of the most luxurious resorts in Tahoe, The Ritz-Carlton, just released their 23 penthouse residences for sale, and in order to show potential buyers the possibilities—as if the ski-in, ski-out location and 5-star service the Ritz is known for wasn't enough—they invited San Francisco designer Jay Jeffers to deck out three of the units. Of the two that are already complete (he is wrapping up the third residence currently), one features a slightly more masculine design, the other feminine, but both are aimed at the young, affluent and design conscious. The residences are made up of two-, three- and four-bedroom penthouses ranging from 1,554 to 3,407 square feet. Prices start at $1,250,000 and climb to $4.5 million—but if you want to buy the units furnished ala Jeffers, be prepared to tack on another $300,000. But guess what? Looking won't cost you a dime.

Erin Feher
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    Take Flight
    Designed by Jay Jeffers

    Residence #673 is a three-bedroom, three-bath with 1,863 square feet of living space, but the pitched ceilings and the large windows with views out to Northstar Mountain make them seem endless.  Jeffers gave each bedroom a bold burst of personality with a mix of custom and vintage pieces and memorable wallpapers, such as this Trove pattern of birds in flight in the bedroom. 

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    Fine Dining
    Designed by Jay Jeffers

    The public spaces of the three-bedroom are slightly more feminine than the second unit designed by Jeffers. In the dining room, oversize upholstered chairs with a soft silhouette sit below a delicate yet modern chandelier by New York's Apparatus Studio

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    Apres Ski Retreat
    Designed by Jay Jeffers

    The centerpiece of the master bedroom is rich wood bed, backed by a custom upholstered headboard. Each room also features a cozy reading nook with a chair, floor lamp and side table—a perfect place to curl up and unwind after a day on the slopes. 

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    Modern Cabin
    Designed by Jay Jeffers

    The final bedroom in unit #673 references a traditional wood cabin with fun faux bois wallpaper and a pair of cowhide ottomans. Ultra-graphic drapery fabric adds yet another element of surprise.

Designers
Jay Jeffers

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