Let’s take it back to the basics and work our way up in regards to luxurious living in your home. Here are some ideas when it comes to décor which will surely enrich your home, not only in terms of design, but also when it comes to comfort for you and your family
#1 INVEST IN A GREAT MATTRESS
Get that great night’s sleep that you deserve. The way in which you rest will reflect how you live, play, learn and earn. When looking at purchasing a new mattress make sure you do your homework on what type suits you best, be memory foam, air, orthopedic or gel.
#2 CUSTOM DESIGNED STYLE
Turning out to be more cost effective than retail store bought items, customized furniture will give you original and unique items to your home. Think coffee tables, headboards and any shelves you may want added throughout your living space.
#3 THE MAGIC OF MONOCHROME
Nothing screams luxury like monochrome colors and simplicity is the definition of sophistication when it comes to luxury decor. Always keep in mind that darker hues tend to minimize spaces, so look to alternatives that can contradict this with an open space illusion right in front of your eyes. Items like mirrors are great at doing this and also silver detailing can go a long way in transforming your rooms.
#4 ALL ABOUT ART
A lifetime investment that also gives chic, luxurious vibes? Pick out a statement piece of artwork and allow it to become the focal point of your living room. Hang it above a gorgeous fireplace, but make sure not to suffocate it with other pieces.Art is a powerful tool that feed the expressive side in us all. Other than that it has the ability to increase our quality of life by inspiring, provoking thought, stimulating conversation and gives us the ability to discover new ideas and prospects.
#5 THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS
Accessories are what sell your place. Believe it or not one detail has the ability to make or break the whole look of your room and or home. Why not invest in a historical piece, for example a stunning light fixture or change up the knobs on your chest of drawers. If you no longer have use for your old fireplace, there are countless ways to keep is and make it a focal point in your living room. Stacking old books and creating a small library is one idea. Another cool thought is to place tall candles inside and watch it light up once more.
#6 MAKE A GRAND ENTRANCE
From wooden flooring to lux curtains it is all about the entrance. The first impression is always the one that lasts the longest. Make the most of various textures and materials, all of which should translate to rich and luxurious vibes for the rest of the home.