There are tricks to making your home look more expensive — even if you don’t necessarily shell out the same money that the most luxurious, high-end homes have to achieve the same look. The trick is incorporating the same accents at a smaller, more subtle scale, bringing the home together in a unified and inarguably chic way. Give your home an elevated level of luxury by incorporating some of these timeless tips into your space.
These shades are unapologetic and vivid, providing a visual anchor for a room that may be neutral otherwise. The name ‘jewel tone’ provides you with a pretty straight forward direction when looking for the perfect color for your space. Look to shades like deep blue, ruby red, emerald, or purple are ideal to make an elegant impact that lives up to its name. Décor Aid’s interior designers suggests using a jewel toned sofa in your interior design for the best visual effect among the rest of the space. These colors are noticeably dramatic in a way that only a high-end home can portray.
A Fresh Coat of Paint
This small change can make worlds of difference. Over time, the color of our walls ages and becomes less vibrant and true to the original shade, with beiges and whites yellowing and becoming a bit dirty. Your interior design can benefit from a fresh coat of paint to revitalize the room in a subtle, but visually dramatic way. Our interior designers suggest going with a classic neutral, like taupe, beige, or greige, especially if you are using jewel tones in your furniture. These colors will also be noticeably crisper upon painting a new coat because of their light shade, so be sure to be thorough in covering the entire space.
Artwork is an important part of defining your space, from the aesthetic, to the tone, to the color scheme, so be sure to select your artwork carefully. Our interior designers always suggest that even if art isn’t your thing, you choose to invest in one strong piece for your space. You don’t have to be an avid art collector to find a piece that adds value to the room, and it doesn’t even have to be an expensive original masterpiece. Even a simple print of a well-loved classic can be effective. Make sure it’s something that enhances the space, perhaps in a bold statement-making way or as a subtle foundation that ties into the surrounding elements.