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How to Add a Touch of Luxury to Your Home

Make sure that you invest in key elements that will help you achieve that sophisticated look in your home.

18/06/2020

 

 

Although the idea of luxury is perceived differently by everyone, we can all agree that people appreciate that lush feeling, especially in their own homes. Ideally, we would all like to fill our homes with numerous designer pieces and put them on display.

However, you don’t need to run your wallets dry to get that upscale look. Invest in key elements that will surely help you achieve that sophisticated look in your home. If you are not sure where to start, here are some tips you can consider.

 

All of the Lights

We cannot stress how important it is to have good lighting. You could be living in a mansion, but if your lighting is poor it will all be for nothing. Make sure your windows live up to their true potential, move all the furniture, and let the daylight in. Remove those thick curtains, or replace them with light, airy ones. If you still feel your room is too dark, you can always add a nice floor lamp with copper or gold details. You’ll be surprised how much of a difference it can make!

 

Find Balance

Don’t be afraid to combine different colors, materials, and textures! The important thing is to find the right balance. If you want to play it safe, you can always pick neutrals like pastel blue, eggshell, gray, and then add occasional pops of color that bring a dose of freshness.

On the other hand, if you are bold and if you follow trends, you know that this season is all about jewel tones like emerald green, aubergine, ruby, etc. These can be toned down by adding hints of metallic colors here and there.

When it comes to materials, velvet is your best and safest choice. This timeless material will add a touch of elegance to every room. In addition, velvet goes really well with the aforementioned jewel tones, so you can combine materials and colors to achieve that lush feeling.

Another material that has gained its reputation because it’s so luxurious is marble. Now, we’re not saying you need to install marble floors to add some flair to your home. A simple marble tray will do the trick!

 

Don’t Go Overboard

Remember, the ultimate goal is a sense of luxury, not tackiness. Pick one or two styles that work for your home — don’t go overboard. All designers are in agreement that there should be an 80:20 ratio when mixing two styles, which means that 80% of the room should be in one style, while the rest is reserved for the other.

When you are trying to incorporate two styles into a room, the important thing is to include common threads that bind the two. So, for example, if you have a room filled with antique, elaborate furniture, you can always include a couple of modern pieces with a similar theme to add a dose of freshness and elegance.

 

Quality Over Quantity

Speaking of furniture, it is always great to have at least one or two pieces that are made of high-quality materials. A great option is open-shelving, an efficient and practical solution that can also add a note of luxury.

These days, shelves are not used only to display your books — they can be used as gallery walls, even room dividers. These will not only open up your space, but they will also bring a sense of extravagance into your home.

If you invest in a high-quality material like bamboo plywood, your shelves will last you a lifetime. This material is not only captivating and elegant but also:

● Sustainable
● Eco-friendly
● Affordable.

With these bamboo panels, you will be able to install high-class shelves everyone will envy.

 

Declutter!

Our final, but not any less important, tip of the day is to DECLUTTER. You can fill your home with a sea of luxurious pieces, but all of these will be of no use if your home is cluttered. Make sure to get rid of everything you don’t need so that your upscale home can truly get to shine. What’s best about this method is that it’s completely free!

 

Conclusion

Making your home luxurious has never been easier. We hope that these tips will help you turn your house into a refined residence with just a couple of adjustments.

 

 

 

 

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