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A selection of decorations for the Master Penthouse can be purchased with Chips in the Casino Store. The available items rotate each week, requiring four weeks to rotate through the entire selection. Once in their penthouse, the player can use the "Place Decorations" option in the "Penthouse Management" section of the Interaction Menu to place them. In this menu, players can also purchase them if they haven't done so in the store.
After choosing this option, a list of rooms where various decorations can be placed will be shown. The available options are: Master Bedroom, Entrance Hall, Spare Bedroom, Lounge, Dealer Room, Media Room, Office, Spa, and Bar. Apart from the first two options, all others are available only if that area of the penthouse is purchased.
There are four different types of decorations: Double Sided Pieces, Floor Pieces, Tabletop Pieces, and Wall Pieces. Not every category of these items can be placed in all of the available penthouse rooms. There are also various free decorative items that can be placed, as well as some special decorations awarded for completing various tasks in the game.
Alongside the standard, purchasable decorations, there are various free decorative items that are available to be placed. These are plants available by default or items unlocked by completing various tasks.
|Date Palm Pot|
|Swiss Cheese Plant Pot|
|Bird of Paradise Pot|
|Sago Palm Pot|
|Sprouting Saguaro Pot|
|Simple Saguaro Pot|
|Branching Saguaro Pot|
|She's Loaded||Awarded to players who achieved Silver status during the first qualification period of The Diamond Program.|
|The Diamond Casino and Resort||Awarded to players who logged in between July 23, 2019, and August 3, 2019.|
|Declasse Sabre||Awarded to players who achieved Platinum status during the second qualification period of The Diamond Program.|
|Street Crimes: Gang Wars|
|Invade & Persuade II|
|Mini Alien||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Beast||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Impotent Rage||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Pogo||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Princess Robot Bubblegum||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Commander||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Space Ranger||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Mini Sasquatch||Awarded to the player for collecting all 100 Action Figures.|
|Playing Card Collection||Awarded to the player for collecting all 54 Playing Cards.|
- The Are Other Colors Available?, Is It Quiet?, Is It Hypoallergenic?, Is It Suitable for Children?, and Is the Packaging Discreet? Wall Pieces are all references to René Magritte's famous painting, The Treachery of Images.
- The Danse de la Liberté Wall Piece is a reference to La Danse, a painting by Henri Matisse.
- The Good Times with Old Friends Wall Piece is a reference to Poker Night at the Inventory, a 2010 video game by Telltale Games.
- The Vices Wall Piece depicts the artwork of one of the The Twins from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
- The Chicken with Dip Wall Piece may be a reference to Big Smoke's order from the mission Drive-Thru, from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- The Canis Canem Edit painting is in reference to Bullworth Academy from another Rockstar game, Bully, with the name being the school's motto and the painting being of the the objects from the school crest; the fist, the snake, the rat, and the skull.
- The artist of Three Stars, Urbanski, is a reference to Banksy, an infamous anonymous street artist.
- The statues The Temptation Of Aglaia and The Rise Of Omiros are references to the popular 2010s dance moves twerking and dabbing.
- The We're All Mystified painting is a reference to the works of pop artist Keith Haring.