Despite the fact that there are a few extravagant moments, such as the grandiose double-height combined entryway and living room with its even grander curved staircase and curlicued wrought-iron railings, the majority of the main home is a typical example of an affluent suburban event that is capable of accommodating a big family in a comfortable manner.
There is a great deal of white slipcovered furniture, a baby grand piano, and a sleek black fireplace in the enormous living area.
With brown microsuede chairs and a huge, high-end kitchen that opens up to a dining area and family room, the home theater is a place where one can relax and enjoy themselves.
Cabinetry in the majority of bathrooms, including the master bathroom, is made of medium-brown wood, while the tiles are beige. On the other hand, the backyard in the back of the home is another carnival.
Inside of a fire pit that is surrounded by a circular built-in bench with patriotic red, white, and blue cushions, there is a large yellow Transformer that commands the area. (A monument of a similar nature was prominently displayed in the front yard and foyer of Gibson’s estate in Atlanta.)
With cherry-red worktops, a built-in grilling station and bar, an outdoor kitchen, a half-bath, and a full Benihana-style Teppanyaki setup behind shoji screens, an Asian-inspired poolside pavilion is equipped with all of these amenities.