Updated: Jun 8, 2021
We all wish that our homes would look like something out of an interior design magazine, but the truth is that more often than not, those looks can cost a pretty penny. So how can we create that luxurious look without breaking the Bank? I am about to share some tips and tricks to help you on your way!
Artificial flowers are very realistic imitations of natural flowers that do not require maintenance.They can decorate and beautify any interior and give a luxurious feel to the space. Flowers with a light hue such as white, blush and tans, can soften the room and make it appear quite dreamy even heaven-like.
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CANDLES & OTHER FRAGRANCES
It's not only about what you see when you walk into a space it's also about what you smell. The scent of your space can also affect how you and others feel about your home. Create a signature scent for your home using scented candles, reed diffusers, wall plug-ins, warmers ect. This gives your space the luxurious feel that any 5-star resort would. So remember to get some of those lovely fragrances to go along with your decor.
AREA RUGS & THROW PILLOWS
Area rugs not only create division between spaces it also brings a feeling of warmth and coziness to the room. Throw pillows also give the space a warm homey feeling. Experiment with different textures, don't stick to just one. Try to create some balance. You may want to mix plain pillows with more textured ones or different shapes and sizes.
USE ALOT OF WHITE
The colour white is a an extremely versatile neutral hue which makes any space feel, clean, fresh, bright and luxurious. Incorporate white in your paint choices, furniture, cabinets, decor pieces and bedding to create that atmosphere of openess and sofistication.
Books are best displayed on a shelf or table in a way that is pleasing to the eyes. Be sure to colour coordinate by arranging them in order of colour or shade. You can also create custom designs by mixing various colours together eg black and white books. If used on a table be sure to stack them in a way that will create some layers, perhaps smallest to largest.