High-end design, striking architecture, exotic materials and bold art has a way of grabbing our attention and keeping it. Some spaces are blessed with abundant mill-work and natural light, great architectural elements, but adding the elements listed in this gallery will elevate a home and give a big impact.
Here are budget-friendly ways to bring a luxurious look to your home. Take your pick to change your home look a little bit richer and a lot more memorable.
Tactile Grass cloth
Rooms wrapped in grass cloth wallpaper as on the picture never fail to feel rich and cozy. We uniquely love darker tones, like the wall covering designer Tommy Smythe selected for this marvelous room.
Chinoiserie vessels tend to be white and blue, but they also come in the other hues like deep red. Whichever palette you come across, you will find these pieces look timelessly beautiful in any room of your home.
Think of it as artwork for your home floor. This contemporary rug by Caitlin Wilson pulls the room together and looks like an antique find, injecting personality and life into the space. A well-made rug can last for decades, so it’s also such a great investment.
Choosing the iconic wallpaper like Ellie Cashman’s overblown floral, lends instant cachet to the room. To show off instantly recognizable high-end wallpaper in economical way is by using the powder room. .
It is a well-loved designer trick to add tape like this Greek key design or grosgrain ribbon to drapery. The materials add a polished look to window treatments. Besides, as the important point the materials aren’t expensive.
A Moody Mural
A pastoral landscape or painterly design brings instant gravitas to a room. These days, elegant removable murals are very easy to find. Opt for darker and more dramatic tones to keep the look sophisticated.
You won’t regret investing in high-thread, good quality, count shams and sheets. Pure white linens will make a suite-like vibe and let you layer on color with accent pillows and throws.
A Chaise Longue
An elegant chaise instantly connotes languor and luxury. Place one in a principal bedroom, living space then pair it with a small side table to place your cocktail on.
A Showpiece Faucet
A polished of gold, modern black or warm bronze faucet will pop in an all-white neutral kitchen and there are more finish options on the market now than ever before.
A Little Faux Fur
A little faux fur, a synthetic throw infuses soft, sumptuous texture into a bedroom or guest room. Keep the rest of your linens there give the effect simple to balance out the look.