Most of the people strive to bring a lot of supple extravagance into their homes in a simple but impactful manner. There are a lot of ways to do that these days.
Nowadays, most of the modern interior styles are clinical and extremely simple. It is the tradition of classical interiors which brings in some full-scale grandeur into an interior design and architecture with ease. So what is a better way to imbue a little bit of extravagant in our homes than taking inspiration from those interiors?
Now, we are going to show - how you could skim off some mainstream elements from classical interiors to bring a little grandeur in your small-scale homes.
1) We call it wall-beading
In the old times, when art and architecture blurred lines more often, we had some great interior elements. The renaissance era saw the creation of some beautiful and larger than life design elements. Wainscoting was maybe the less prominent of those, but it did leave a large impact on the visual capacity of those interiors. Today, it is better known as wall-beading.
So if you’re looking to make your interiors more extravagant, this would be the perfect design element to do just that in a small space.
2) Lush colors
Bright, beautiful and lush colors can automatically make your spaces seem larger and sumptuous. There is something extremely appealing about the grandeur derived from something as simple as a color scheme. You can even embellish some more by using fancy fabrics and designs patterns.
3) Furniture style
High-back furniture is one of those classic design elements that will never lose its grand streak – even if it is done in modern or contemporary materials. It has that classic magic that will always make your interiors seem timelessly enchanting. So if you’re trying to blend your home styles while making it sumptuous and extravagant then this would be the way to go.
4) Spacious outlook
The one true way of getting an extravagant vibe in your home is by investing in an open-floor plan. If you open up the spaces and then use all the above mentioned techniques you will surely get a spacious aesthetic. It will also enhance the visual impact of your space. No wall-sized restriction means that no constrained spaces, so always keep that in mind.
5) Mimicking in a modern fashion
The best way to bring a little extravagance in small spaces is by mimicking the details of classical era in a modern formation. From the image, you can see how the small detailing has elevated the entirety of the aesthetic two-fold. If you are able to scale down the grandeur of those details according to the proportion of your home, then you’ll be all set to get that ostentatious vibe in your house.