If you’re seeking the lavish aesthetic of luxury interior design, choose from among a range of luxurious materials and decor pieces – unique carpeting, rich colors and beautiful window treatments all add luxuriousness.
One of the best luxury interior design ideas is using high-end drapery hardware hung well above window frames, to give a room an illusion of height and increase space. This can make a room seem larger.
Art Deco is one of the most glamorous traditional interior design styles around, popular in the 1920s and 30s. Characterized by simple shapes, plenty of glittery decorations, geometric arrangements and luxurious materials such as steel with jewel tones such as gold or silver highlights, Art Deco was widely adopted during its time period.
Colors in this period were generally bold and sumptuous, featuring bright yellows, deep reds, blues, greens, and pinks; combined with soft shades of beige and brown to achieve a balanced and warm aesthetic. Purple, turquoise and emerald green were often used as jewel tones that created accents on draperies, window dressings or furniture pieces; clean whites with high-shine metallics were often added for dramatic flair, along with creams and beiges to balance them out.
Art Deco style was known for its appreciation of nature and animals. Animal and plant motifs were particularly prevalent, and furniture frequently featured shells, sunrise motifs or Oriental floral designs with them. Fabrics with nature themes like leopard prints or zebra prints were also incredibly popular at this time; rich woods such as ebony or zebrawood also helped emphasize this decade’s luxuriousness.
Modern Art Deco was developed from a reaction against earlier decorative and garish styles, yet also embraced the emerging technology that would lead to industrial advancements over the next decades. Its sleek geometric aesthetic showcases wealth in rooms while making an individual statement about your taste and style.
Art Deco is making a comeback, adding glamour and sophistication to homes everywhere. Perfect for those who enjoy the Roaring Twenties lifestyle, Art Deco will bring The Great Gatsby back into your living room as guests walk through. It will certainly turn heads.
Glam is a trendy home design trend that uses luxurious materials and over-the-top elements to create an extravagant aesthetic in the home. Inspired by old Hollywood glamour, glam can help create an exquisite yet luxurious aesthetic in the living space.
An effective approach to creating a glamorous interior design involves employing rich colors and luxurious materials like marble and gold; both can be utilized in numerous ways throughout your home. Furniture with intricate sculptural lines or elaborate detailing is often featured as part of glam decor, while dramatic lighting, such as crystal-adorned chandeliers, is another popular addition in these rooms.
Glam decor may be bold and eye-catching, but its presence should never become excessive or cluttering in any given space. Instead, its presence should be tastefully integrated to add elegance and sophistication – making glam decorating perfect for those who crave some added shimmer in their lives!
Industrial glam decor combines contemporary glamour with rawer elements of nature for an eclectic, comfortable space that still looks luxurious. Ideal for creating sophisticated yet welcoming environments.
Industrial glam can easily pair with different styles, such as Art Deco, mid-century and neoclassical. To ensure an appealing balance is created between opposing elements it’s crucial to carefully curate this look and curate each look accordingly.
Industrial glam incorporates various textures into its space as well as natural elements like wood and metal as well as leather and suede fabrics, wood lighting fixtures and beaded pillows – as well as plenty of other textures -.
Achieve an extravagant and glamorous room requires adding plenty of shimmer and shine into the room, such as with mirror furniture, crystal chandeliers and silk draperies. Glam decor also typically utilizes bold patterns like animal prints or geometric wall coverings.
As its name implies, traditional design draws influence from 18th and 19th century English and European designs from England and Europe. This interior design style can be seen throughout carved details, button tufting and eye-catching curved silhouettes of 18th and 19th century English and European furniture designs. Additionally, you may notice rich wood tones such as mahogany paired with dark velvet upholstery or window coverings and patterns like florals damasks plaids stripes etc layered together compared with minimalist modern rooms which tend towards minimal interior designs like modern minimalist rooms whereas classic European decor such as antique motifs from antique paintings vintage chandeliers can all become focal points in traditional interior design style!
Traditional design may seem intimidating when executed poorly; therefore many clients shy away from choosing it. When executed successfully however, traditional aesthetic can look absolutely breathtaking; Decorilla team has worked with many clients to bring these regal elements into their homes by adapting crown moldings and damask patterns into more contemporary furniture styles.
Traditional design success relies on striking a balance between elements from your space and modern pieces, to achieve a timeless and elegant appearance. One method to do this easily is keeping colors neutral while using patterns as accents rather than focal points; then adding in dramatic details for added interest.
Add contemporary accents such as framed photos or decorative mirrors while maintaining traditional values with modern lighting fixtures that enhance the space – while still giving it that luxurious appearance.
Traditional furniture and decor can be costly to acquire, but CG artists can help to reduce the cost by using 3D modeling and rendering to create traditional rooms.
Designing a traditional room on a budget doesn’t need to be costly: faux decor and DIY painting of pieces is an economical and straightforward option that gives any home that traditional feel without spending more on real items.
Contemporary interior design draws heavily upon minimalistic styles for inspiration, using minimal elements and carefully chosen accessories. Open floorplans showcase natural wood or tile flooring accented by soft rugs; kitchens, dining areas and lounging spaces all flow into each other seamlessly. While sleek modern furniture may be commonplace in some contemporary homes, other homes incorporate organic elements like this breezy living room by Decorilla designer Jatnna M.
Contemporary spaces feature carefully placed metallic or glass elements for added sophistication, but the primary focus should remain clean lines and cutting-edge materials. Their style draws inspiration from other design movements like Art Deco or Retro but does not delve too deeply into those styles – instead it blends contemporary, Modern Farmhouse, and even some industrial designs into its design aesthetic.
Urban contemporary interiors can mature like fine wine. This decor style evolved out of an eclectic blend of different design eras and styles; thus you may find elements from Minimalist Modern, glamorous chic, ethnic heirlooms, experimental pieces, as well as more eccentric decor pieces in this decor type.
Urban contemporary interiors are distinguished by the use of natural textures and elements in an elegant setting, such as organic materials or recycled ones that are accented with metallics to create an eclectic yet balanced atmosphere.
Mixing different styles to achieve an effective contemporary interior can be the key to creating the space of your dreams. If you prefer sleekness of this style, pair it with organic pieces such as natural jute area rugs or wood planters filled with greenery. This creates a balance that brings out both organic and metallic features in the room.
Shabby Chic is a contemporary design trend that draws its inspiration from French country design while streamlining shapes and adding contemporary elements. The result is an inviting yet luxurious room, often including distressed pieces such as distressed furniture with chipped paint. However, it should be avoided at too great of an extent that could appear artificial.