The Smart Tips To Add Modern Luxury Style To The Small Space

Modern luxury is a base concept that can be translated in many, many forms. The basic idea is to retain a simple, straightforward aesthetic while maintaining a minimal and glamorous look with the help of basic interior design components like furniture, lighting and more. It’s a widely applied idea and further, we’ll be looking at some simple ways you can emulate the concept of modern luxury in your own interior designs.


1. With a pop of color

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This interior design positively crackles with a fun yet elegant energy, which is mostly encumbered with the help of the red color scheme. However, the sense of modern luxury is articulated in the space with the help of the stark white backdrop with minimal accents and a simplicity that complements the fun side of the whole design.




2. Spaciousness and marble

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Marble is one of the most ancient materials with which to translate luxury within spaces. While you may not be able to use authentic marble in your interior designs, it’s now easy to get marble textured porcelain and ceramic tiles along with even laminates to do the trick. Bathrooms are the best canvas for this aesthetic, especially if they’re spacious.




3. In the middle

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The side-lined furniture layout where all the furnishings are assembled against the wall is a basic commodity of small-style interior designs. You can break out of that stereotype by using the middle-of-the-room layout to emulate a sense of modern luxury in your homes. Do remember that this only works if your space is large enough.




4. Minimalist luxury

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This is the most common sort of modern luxury articulation these days. It’s easy to emulate and even adds affordability to the design. All you have to do is create the right blend of contrasting material surfaces and apply them in a minimal way. There has to be zero decoration – just an understated sleekness that defines that overall aesthetic.




5. Little bits of distress

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If you’re going for an aesthetic that is warm and friendly in tandem with sleek, luxurious and glam, then light wooden accents throughout the space are a good option. You can embellish them with color contrast and lighting to create the best mix.

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