- you want to impress the in-laws, boss, neighbors, etc
- you want to pamper the family and yourself
- you’re staging the space for potential buyers
Here are 5 ways you can instantly increase the luxury factor in your home no matter if you want a more casual or more formal home:1: Contrast porcelain ceramic floor tile. 2: Metallics
From matte wrought iron to glossy silver, metals in decor have always added a sense of luxury and wealth to a space. And be sure to mix and match! The picture of the living room shown above shows how they’ve mixed wrought iron and gold into their decor! 3: Long Curtains hardwood above. Tile mosaics and countertops are great ways to add that stone element. 5: Area Rugs and Runners rugs and runners to define spaces, create focal points, add contrast, tie design elements together, and so much more! Plus, this allows you to add another natural finish: wool. (Read about wool and allergies here.) How do you add luxury to your design schemes? Have Fun, Katlin Choate firstname.lastname@example.org – See more at: http://blog.mercercarpetone.com/2015/05/5-steps-to-more-luxurious-room.html#sthash.QRGJ8XI1.dpuf
Master bathrooms are a popular remodeling choice and have been for a while. And even if a home isn’t initially built with one, they are often added later on. It is a space for luxury, a great way to add value to your home, and a space to help you relax and unwind from the long day. And the trends that are being incorporated into today’s master bathroom designs reflect this.
I recently stumbled upon this free home design magazine and am really impressed. It is chock full of expert advice in a simple, easy to browse manner. While they go over trends and how to use them, the interior designers who write for the magazine are also looking to create a timeless look with those trends.