It’s easy to be enticed by the charisma of luxurious looks, but very few people actually understand what goes on behind the scenes in such projects. So further we’ll be looking at 5 such interior designs that may give you an insiders perspective into things. Let’s take a look:
1. The minimal and the reflective
This bedroom décor is a study of the minimalist style complemented by an understated luxury. The use of achromatic colours like grey, charcoal, and white sets the tone towards the somber side, but it’s the use of suspended pendent lights in metal accents that make the ambiance much more uplifting. Even with the small size of the room, all these elements end up making the space totally luxe.
2. A frame within a frame
One of the best ways to make your interior designs luxurious is by knowing the art of framing. You can frame your spaces with a combination of light and dark colours like in this image. The large surfaces are grey, and the small spaced in-between have been used to create a gorgeous framing that makes the understated dominant colour scheme so much more interesting.
3. Using reflections and materials
Reflective surfaces and classy materials go hand in hand when introducing a plush aesthetic in your homes. This bathroom interior design is an excellent example of this technique. By using the statement circular mirror adjacent to the hexagonal wall, the overall visuals of the whole bathroom became infinitely more trippy, adventurous, and bold.
4. Knowing the power of metal
Metal is the perfect material choice when you want to introduce a luxurious vibe in your homes. However, do make sure to use it in moderation – probably small accents such as mirror filigrees, décor objects, or light fixtures. The bathroom design in this image got things perfectly right. With a backdrop of minimalist greys, the gold metal accents stand out even more beautifully and make the ambiance richer.
5. Keeping it relative
Lastly, the most expected source of luxury in interior designs these days is keeping things relative. The use of a lot of unnecessary ornamentation can make your spaces feel cluttered and overwhelming. However, being minimal makes the ambiance clean. The application of this concept is where the term ‘understated luxury’ is derived from.