What you see above is not a scene from the next Star Trek or a set from The Phantom Menace. It's , aka the most swingin' pad to hover under blades.
is a medium-lift helicopter unveiled in 2012 and due for its first flight sometime later this year. The reason its innards can be home to something as roomy and luxurious as what you see above is because instead of traditional manual controls, the 525 uses electronic "fly-by-wire" controls which not only add features like automatic stabilization that can make for a smoother flight, but also free up a whole bunch of cabin room for redecoration.
Kitted out to carry as many people as possible, the cabin can squish in some 16 passengers, but if you're fine with only seating about a half-dozen, the options get way more interesting.
So far these designs are just concepts for possible chopper interiors; the 525 has yet to make its first flight. But with a cabin that's effectively a blank slate design-wise, it's all but guaranteed that some mind-blowingly rich chopper-owners will get the inside of their hovering sky-limos tricked out in at least this much style. You probably just don't make enough money to ever get to see one in the flesh.