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Check Out the Tiffany & Co. Theme Suite at the St. Regis New York

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We've all heard of Breakfast at Tiffany's, but what about Breakfast in Tiffany's—the new Tiffany suite at Manhattan's St. Regis hotel, that is. The brand-new 1,700 square foot 14th-floor suite is a marriage of the classic Tiffany look—the robin's egg blue, deco and classical decorative pieces, white lacquer and chrome, and mirrored end tables—with the glamour of the St. Regis for the ultimate in super-chic New York hotel experiences. WWD reports:

The living room, with a nonworking fireplace, showcases the suite’s floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Fifth Avenue with views of Central Park. A bar cart features an array of Tiffany crystal barware and accessories. The dining room was designed to resemble a Tiffany blue box. The walls and ceiling are painted a Tiffany blue, and the crown moldings and doors are a contrasting crisp white. The crown jewel of the room is a shimmering and sparkling crystal chandelier, which resembles dripping gems.
How much will one night in St. Regis' Tiffany suite set you back? Only a cool $8,500—which could, otherwise, score you a sweet diamond band at the real deal Tiffany & Co.

· Living the Tiffany lifestyle [WWD]