You're going to do whatever it takes to make this property a stand-out and worthy of the bonkers price you're asking. Hey, remember that design meeting you had with Juan Pablo Molyneux, decorator to the 1% of the 1%? You had him draw up some plans and make a few initial furniture selections. And then, because you're a titan of industry and have a pants-ful of money to swing around, you think you know better.
Instead of purchasing the "17th century chestnut wood from France for the Versailles-like flooring in the living and dining rooms" as specified, you're going to use "wood from a barn in Kentucky that [you] had torn down." You're going to install a multi-level hexagonal staggered tray ceiling with LED cove lighting in the dining room for "effect," even though none of it was ever specified by the designer.
And then when Molyneux hears of and sees what you're attaching his name to and gets upset, you scratch your receding hairline and wonder what all the fuss is about.
Because why wouldn't a man who created these spaces...
The Torment of High-End Decorators [The New York Times]
Molyneux Studio [official site]