4 Ways To Feel Luxurious in your Home

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 18 June 2019 08:08

Make your home feel like a luxury retreat doesn't have to be expensive. High-end and opulent décor is something that may come to your mind when you think of the word "luxury," but it doesn't have to cost that much. By making a few small changes, you can make your home feel luxurious without sacrificing your budget. Here are six ways to live like luxury.


De-Clutter & Simplify

If you want to live in luxury, then you'll need to de-clutter your home. You don't need to overdo it and become a minimalist. You just need to be mindful and purposeful when decluttering and simplifying your home. Taking that minimalist concept to each room of your home can allow you to update your home.


Keep in mind that less is more when it comes to having a luxury home. Get rid of unnecessary décor and furniture. Some of those that cause clutter and collects dust include bulky footrests, extra side tables, and coffee tables. If it doesn't serve a purpose, get rid of it and let your statement pieces speak for themselves.


Now it's time to focus on your home accessories. Group each one in threes. For example, decorate your entryway with colored glass bottles, or use three pillows instead of five on your living room sofa. Step back and take a good look at your work when you're done. Make small tweaks as you go along, and take away or add items only when necessary, until you find the right feel and balance.


Update Your Windows

Introducing more light into your home can make it feel like a luxury home. Get rid of window treatments and use fabric curtains for an instant update. Replace your blinds and window treatments with silk, linen, or textured curtains to brighten your room. Dreary and heavy fabrics, colors, and textures can make a room appear dark and dreary.


Look for curtains in light colors that come with stylish curtain rods. If your home has high ceilings, then your drapes should be long enough that they don't cut off your room. You may have to take your curtains to a seamstress or tailor so they're the appropriate length.


When it comes to window treatments, you need to pay extra attention to detail. If you want a luxury home, then treat your drapery like artwork, not like a functional piece. Jacquard patterns, golden colors, and metallic features can make an entire room feel like a luxury hotel room.


Add Flowers & Greenery

Vases with fresh flowers and greenery can add instant elegance and style to your home. When you enter a high-end hotel or restaurant, once of the first things you'll notice is the floral décor. It makes you feel as if you're at a five-star establishment. Fresh cut flowers are necessary if you want your home to feel expensive and opulent.


The aroma from your flowers and greenery is enough to improve your mood the moment you walk into the door. Getting fresh-cut flowers each week can become a costly expense. Use plants that don't require as much upkeep, such as orchids or succulents. Don't forget to add some fresh flowers and greenery to your backyard, especially if you invest in custom pools in Palestine.


Updating Your Light Fixtures

Your home can feel like luxury with new light fixtures. Start out by including large overhead pieces in your dining and kitchen areas. It's one way to make a fashion statement and elevate the rooms in your home. Complete the look with decorative table lamps to elevate your space. Including new light fixtures are one way to improve the style of your home without sacrificing functionality.


You should include lighting in other spaces of your home, as well. While a crystal chandelier may sound cliché, it can make your bathroom feel like luxury. On the other hand, a metallic pendant lighting installed above your kitchen island can transform the entire area. Don't be afraid to take design risks.


The right lighting can improve the mood of any space. Swap out your fluorescent lights for LED lights. Use light fixtures that produce a soft glow, and you'll notice an immediate difference. Soft light is much more flattering, and gives a luxurious feel.

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Sofia Belnap

Sophia is passionate about writing in the real estate and home improvement spaces. When Sophia is not writing she loves reading, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

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