These eight ways to make your bedroom feel more grown-up will help you create a…
If you want to make your living space a little more luxurious, a few simple additions can do the trick. It’s up to you how much you choose to spend, but you can add luxury without breaking the bank. The idea is to play on the senses, add texture, light, and a touch of greenery. You could also invest in some statement pieces, and either go bespoke or even second-hand. Here are five easy ways to make your living space more luxurious.
A touch of greenery
Plants bring a nice touch to any room. There are also many different ways to decorate with plants. You can opt for low-maintenance plants which will add greenery all year round. They also create a sense of calm and a welcoming atmosphere. You could dress up your living room with statement plants and even look into ornate flower pots and vases to match.
Upgrade your lighting
One way to add luxury to your living space is by upgrading the lighting. You could use your light features as a focal point in the room. Your style might be more modern, retro, or rustic, but new lighting will totally change the whole effect of the room. For inspiration, here are some of the latest trends in lighting. Choose low hanging pendant light features or a pair of matching sconces for dramatic effect, for example. Try experimenting with different types of light features.
Stylish focal features
In order to make your living space more luxurious, it might just take one new addition or stylish statement piece. You could add new a focal feature such as a Murano Glass Chandelier. This will definitely make the room more elegant and luxurious. Find a piece that suits your unique taste and personality. It’s a great way to add character to any room.
You can add luxury to your living space with some luxurious materials and fabulous fabrics. Adding some texture will make the room more inviting and warm. Invest in some new rugs or upholstery for your sofa and cushions in the living room. You could add luxury to your bedroom with new bed linen or curtains. Certain materials have a more expensive look such as leather or suede, you can even opt for the faux versions. If you’re renovating a room, you could also consider natural stone or wood for a more timeless look. These are also very durable materials and more sustainable as well.
Head to the antique shop
If you’d like to give your home a unique personality then have a browse at your local antique shop. You might just find that focal piece you were after. If you want to save money try the charity shops as well. You’ll be surprised what hidden gems you might discover. This way, you’ll be able to add luxury without spending too much. If you’re feeling creative, you could experiment with upcycling and repurposing second-hand furniture and accessories. Find your own unique way to decorate your living space.