FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - What kind of cabinets does one build for Le Palais Royal, the $139 million Beaux Arts home on Florida's Atlantic Coast, listed last week for sale at $139 million?

The 60,000-square-foot estate features 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms and the first-ever IMAX Theater contracted for private use, with a 50 by 27-foot screen and seating for 18 with a bar and IMAX lounge.

In addition to its 492-foot private dock that can accommodate a 185-foot mega yacht, and its underground garage with parking for 30 cars, also has a kitchen - called "La Cuisine du chef," owing to its grand aspirations. 

To match its environment, the custom cabinetry made of solid mahogany has been accentuated with 22-carat gold leafing.

The family room has a 1,300-gallon aquarium by Living Color - the Fish Tank Kings from National Geographic Channel -  enclosed within custom cabinetry they built to surround the television.

Also notable are the entryway doors. The entryway features seamless double "day and night" custom-designed doors, one of bronze-encased glass and the other of solid mahogany inlayed with, what else, 22-carat gold leafing.

The doors open beneath a $2 million marble staircase with steel-iron railing and gold leaf, which took craftsmen more than two years to construct. 

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