Every other day we find that some huge television celebrity has remodeled their homes, and looking at their interior designs makes us totally green with envy! It’s a universal thing, but one that can be rectified pretty easily! We, as homeowners, can totally add a star quality to our own interior designs whether our homes are large or small. Let’s take a look at how!
1. Magazine spread colour combos
Finding that colour combination sweet spot is a crucial part in delivering a star aesthetic. You’ll notice that many celebrities go for large white backdrops and embellish them with carefully selected jewel-toned accents and neutral colours throughout the space. This is actually a pretty trendy way to go about it, and you can definitely take inspiration from it!
2. Light it up to glam it up
Star homes look absolutely glam because they use this one tried and true hack in most of their interior designs – light it up to glam it up. Even if you’ve got the world’s plainest or simplest media wall or shelf in your homes, you can easily add a star quality to it by going for recessed lighting in the open shelves. This trick never fails to add lots of glamour to the overall aesthetic.
3. Being spacious is a thing
No picture-perfect home is littered with huge amounts of visual clutter or too many decoration items. In fact, it’s totally the other way around. Another way to add that elusive star quality to your homes is by taking away all the physical clutter and replacing it with lots of open spaces in he layout. It makes for a totally chic and sophisticated aesthetic.
4. Tripping it up with mirrors
Another way you can add a start quality to your homes is by creating trippy illusions with feature length mirrors. Not only can this little hack help you visually maximize your spaces, you’ll always feel like there is so much more room inside your home. It is also going to minimize the decoration and highlight the best parts of your interior designs.
5. Using beautiful decorations
Lastly, you’ll never see a star home without a bit of personal accessorizing, and that’s completely true for your own interior designs as well. Try and survey the market with your designer to pick out some neat accessories that showcase your personal tastes. They’ll definitely add quality to your spaces.