Each woman has her own passions—whether it’s travel, art, food, or anything in between—but it’s also important for her to focus on herself. Your home is your sanctuary. It’s your retreat after long, stressful workdays. It’s your solace when you return from a trip. It’s where you go to relax, unwind, entertain, and be you—and you deserve a luxury space. Check out this guide to find out new ways to make your home more luxurious.
Add fresh-cut flowers
As simple as it may sound, adding fresh-cut flowers to your home on a regular basis can give it an instant feel of luxury. The light, floral scent will carry throughout your home, while the natural beauty of the blooms will brighten your day. Luxury is often a feeling more than a design choice, and fresh-cut flowers are an easy way to add the feeling to your home. This task can be as simple as setting up a weekly delivery with a local florist or even picking up a fresh bouquet on your way home from work on Mondays so that you can start each week fresh—literally.
Lean in to metallics
Metallic accents add a sense of high-end, futuristic luxury to a home. Replacing wooden knobs and hardware with brushed metal tones ties in chandeliers and other modern elements of your home. Adding metallics in subtle ways throughout your home is a great way to give a sure sense of high-end style. Replacing hardware is an easy weekend DIY project. You can even replace door handles and light switch and outlet covers to match your metallic themes.Rose gold is IN right now, so consider rose gold metallic themes throughout your home for luxury and style.
Invest in your focal pieces
Your focal pieces should be exactly what you want—and they should scream “luxury.” Don’t be afraid to get bold and go over the top with these pieces. One great item that exudes class and luxury is a silk chaise. This is the perfect amount of high-end and drama. Before investing in silk furniture, you should first learn how to clean and maintain it—luxury takes work sometimes. Each room should have one piece that stands out and shines bright in the room.
Remember, there’s no limit to the amount of luxury items you can have, but there is a limit to how many conversation pieces fit in a room. Aim to stick to one or two per room to avoid drawing focus away from the other.