Could your home use a high-end refresh? Whether you live in a lavish mansion or a far more modest living space, a luxurious makeover could be just what you need. Fortunately, new luxury design trends are popping up all the time—it’s just a matter of finding the one that works for your home.
Here are six luxury home design trends to check out right now…
1) Organic or Neutral Interiors
Design that embraces simplicity and elements of the outdoors can have a positive impact on your mood. To create a relaxing, neutral look, consider natural woods and unfinished stone.
The sense of unity created by these finishes can look especially stunning when punctuated by industrial metals. Add to the aesthetic with furniture featuring curves inspired by nature. Lastly, white or pale monochromatic walls create the perfect backdrop for the perfect neutral interior.
2) Seamless-Edge Pools
There’s no denying that the pandemic encouraged many homeowners to make the most of their backyards. In many cases, that’s meant installing a pool—one that has an upscale feel. By opting for seamless edges, you can create a sleek look that almost makes it seem like the concrete or stone around the pool and the water are level.
Of course, a place to swim isn’t the only way to connote backyard luxury. From meticulous landscaping to outdoor kitchens (think smokers, food preparation space, sinks, and more), there are many steps you can take to beautify your outdoor space!
3) Matte Black Window Frames
Many homeowners are intimidated by black. You shouldn’t be. Not only does this bold hue have a contemporary feel, it also pairs well with a wide variety of other colours and home styles.
You can make a statement without going overboard by opting for black window frames. They provide just a little hint of drama to add to the visual interest of your home. For the ultimate in sophistication, choose a matte finish that will complement the intensity of your colour choice.
4) Comfort & Practicality
We’ve all been spending a lot more time at home lately, and it’s made us see the value in a comfortable living space. High-concept living rooms and chairs you can only sit in for a few minutes at a time are out.
Say hello to plush furniture, fluffy bedding, and reusing pieces you’ve had (and loved) forever. When it comes to art and decor, mass-produced items don’t often provide the joy that local, one-of-a-kind ones do.
5) Statement Home Office
With more employees working from home than ever before, home offices have become a necessity for many. One thing that’s become clear is the need for comfortable, highly functional spaces that feel separate from the rest of the home. Enter the statement office. By combining smart technology with plenty of visual interest (notice we didn’t say “distractions”), you can make the workday more enjoyable.
Calming colours (such as light blue) are popular options for paint, while mixing different fabrics and textures (for your rug, drapes, and throw blanket) can give your space a fun feel. It’s okay to create a little gallery for the things you love—whether they’re books, plants, knick-knacks, or family photos.
6) Curved Doorways
Depending on the architecture of the rest of your home, you may find that curved doorways add a touch of elegance to your rooms. They’ve made a comeback, and it’s not surprising. Curved lines have long been considered beautiful, and they can make a room feel less formal and stodgy.
If you’re planning some remodelling work or a full-scale renovation job, you can expect a brand new look. Of course, it’s not always the right time for a complete home makeover. Fortunately, you can add a touch of luxury with as little as some silk pillows or a cashmere blanket. The possibilities are endless!
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