Casa Victoria Takes a Peek Inside Gatsby's West Egg Mansion

The Roaring Twenty-Somethings

In celebration of The Great Gatsby movie hitting theaters this Friday, we thought it'd be fun to imagine what Jay Gatsby's study might look like if he was a Casa Victoria customer. Where else does a young, mysterious, millionaire like Jay shop than in Silver Lake, the hippest neighborhood in all of Los Angeles? Come with us as we take a tour of Jay Gatsby's monstrously ornate study. Regardless of whether or not his "new money" came from partaking in illegal activities, this gent is living life like it is meant to be lived, in luxury.
Oxblood Leather Wing Chair

“All I kept thinking about over and over, was ‘You can’t live forever; you can’t live forever.’”

We all know that we can’t live forever. So why would you wait one second longer to have the home that you’ve always dreamed of? You’ll feel like old money when you slink into this oxblood full-grain cowhide wing chair. This vintage Thomasville chair and matching ottoman have gorgeous buttoned detailing and taloned wooden feet. $595/pair

Cobalt Blue Pottery and Brass Lamp

"I hope she’ll be a fool—that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool."

You'd have to be a fool to lay your eyes on this exquisite brass and pottery lamp and not fall madly in love. This gorgeous cobalt blue pottery lamp has a gorgeous brass base and trim. This Paul Hanson table lamp would add a richness to the most drab of rooms. $229

Large Black and Gold Mirror with Gold Leaf Detailing

"It excited him, too, that many men had already loved Daisy--it increased her value in his eyes."

Adding a mirror to a narrow entry way instantly makes the space feel bigger. Double the size of any room with optical illusions! This 1960s beveled black mirror has a gold leaf detailing and a face design on the frame; perfect for throwing outlandish soirees. $395

Pair of Framed Dog Portraits

“Can't repeat the past?... Why of course you can’”

Casa Victoria repeats the past every day and does a mighty fine job of it! This pair of framed dog portraits would look great in your home office. A dog is man’s most loyal companion (after books and scotch of course.) $149

Globe on Atlas Base

"I've been drunk for about a week now, and I thought it might sober me up to sit in a library."

Sometimes a weekend soiree turns into a week long bash and before you know it you feel like bashing your head into a wall. Try putting down the bottle and surrounding yourself with books instead. Thisawesome globe has an atlas for a base. Impress your 'friends' with stories of your travels. $195