If you’ve ever spent hours scrolling through Pinterest, eye-balling amazingly designed interiors and wishing you could recreate them, you’re not alone. After all, who doesn’t want the perfect home décor?
Unfortunately, when you’ve got kids, this can sometimes feel impossible to achieve, but you’re allowed to dream. Just imagine having the ultimately luxury home, complete with…
A fireplace used to be the main focal feature of a home’s living space, but nowadays, it’s taken a bit of a backseat. This is a shame because a fireplace can really transform a living room, making it feel more expensive and high-end. From a roaring open fire or a log burner, to a grand traditional or a minimal and modern fireplace, it’s a definite luxury must-have.
With sticky fingers and rogue crayons, you probably wouldn’t consider buying expensive designer furniture when you’ve got young children. But, if money were no object, it’s nice to think about the expensive touches and flourishes you could add to your home. Because let’s face it, nothing says luxury interior more than high-end designer furniture and accessories.
Whether you dream of a rustic country kitchen, a grand Victorian theme, or a modern monochrome scheme, nothing says ‘ultimate’ in the kitchen like a range cooker. It makes the whole space instantly feel more grand and expensive. Sadly, most kitchens aren’t big enough for a range, but you can always hope (or play the Lottery!).
Roll Top Bath
Just like installing a range in your kitchen, is there anything more lavish for your bathroom than a roll top bath? They’re probably not very practical with kids – can you imagine how much water would be splashed everywhere?! – but they do look stunning. A roll top bath turns any bathroom from bland to bourgeoise, adding a luxury, spa-feel.
What’s the one thing that can make any room feel like a million dollars? That’s right – metallics! Adding little bits of gold, brass or copper can instantly lift an interior. Fortunately, this is one ultimate home décor idea that’s cheap, quick and easy, so you can get that designer feel even on a budget. Invest in metallic lighting, mirrors and curtain poles, or get some gold paint and update your furniture and picture frames.
Achieving the perfect luxury home is a pipe dream for most of us, but it’s nice to fantasise about the ultimate interior. What would you have in yours?