Not my taste, although I can like well done extravaganza foofoo decor (not that this is) when it fits historically with the building architecture, bla bla bla.
Interesting view into his tastes, or at least his decorator's.
So I tried to remember some elaborate decor I found fitting and remembered Nureyev's Paris apartment photo - it was shown as the cover for Architectral Digest back in 1985.
Architectural Digest, September 1985
Interiors by Emilio Carcano
Photographs by Derry Moore
Original text by Lee Radzwill
Let's see if the link will work
Well, it does if I click on it (for a PC, select properties and show image, I think; for a mac, click on control and select image in new window.)
Otherwise it can be chased down on google image/rudolf nureyev paris apartment architectural digest 1985 - it's the second photo