Luxury is a relative concept, and in the context of interior design it varies from space to space. For huge spaces, emulating luxury requires completely different techniques than doing so for small spaces. But still, we are able to create luxury home although we are living in a tiny room in Singapore. Anyway, let's look at these 5 simple tips if you love luxury vibes to be added to your rooms!
1. Be Bold To Use Bold Materials
The bold materials which are used to emulate luxury in different from the conventional kind of bold. They’re not vibrant or synthetic; they are dark, dull yet natural. As you can see, you’ll notice how the bedroom is decked out in dark wooden accents with strategic placement of cove-lights all around. Of course, the use of black marble in the media wall completely solidifies the element of luxury in this interior design.
2. Play Around With The Marble
This living room interior design is truly elegant and luxury, it is definitely because of the white and grey veined marble used in the media wall. Coupled with the shabby chic area rug and the sliding door framing, the overall ambiance looks highly chic and sophisticated. There is zero over-designing, and this is the biggest reason to create an extremely gorgeous room.
3. Mirror, mirror on the wall
Believe it or not, installing mirrors on the wall is an excellent way to create an illusion of a bigger room. Besides, it helps to further enhance the look and feel of the space - it looks more classic and luxury.
4. Lookout for the ceilings
Do not forget the design of your ceilings as the devil is always in the details. Many people tend to think that using a statement ceiling is a good way to create luxurious rooms. Nonetheless, you should make sure your ceiling design complements the rest of your home interior. Not to mention, it is crucial to make things simple and elegant.
5. Choose The Material Wisely
Applying plain materials to most of the surfaces, is also an effective way to emulate luxury in tiny room. Just make sure that the dark colors are adequately complemented by their lighter half to create a well-rounded and experiential space.