We may all not afford a luxurious home, but we can certainly work around it. So, let’s dive in with five quick tips you can revamp your interiors and make them look more expensive than they already are.
Painted Wooden Furniture
If you have an old wooden dining set, one way to revive it would be to repaint it with a deep matte black. This solution keeps the furniture elegant, and it can match almost any interior.
Statement Rugs for Specific Rooms
Carpeted floors may be obsolete and impractical. Still, having statement rugs beside the bed, under the dining table or the coffee table, or in the reading room can make the difference.
Ultimately, what makes a space look expensive is how well everything is composed. This includes how the colors in the interior match each other. That said, if you’re still in the planning phase, don’t forget to bring material swatches with you.
Gallery Wall with Classic Frames
We all love some uniformity, and what better way to integrate it than on our family portraits. Dedicate a wall for these pieces, and it can make the home more traditional and cozy.
Upgraded Lighting Fixtures
Showcase your interior designing chops and put up some decent lighting into your home. Get some chic yet simple lighting fixtures that complement the style but bring enough focus to areas of impact.