When I think about luxury interior and furnishings, I think of high end exquisite fabrics, textures, details, colours and materials. These elements can work together to make a space look classy, chic and sophisticated.
Having a home full of expensive furniture and ornaments can make you feel precious and important, it is fundamental to have a functional space for entertainment or relaxation but we still should be comfortable in our own surrounding. Some people may buy luxurious items because of its expensive price tag others as a show piece; I don’t think we all are materialistic, we like to appreciate the craftmanship behind each creation. Luxurious items are different in standard and quality, the care and attention to detail that has gone into each items makes it more durable and lush.
I will show you some different type of furnishing and interiors but all have the notion of luxury.
The chinchilla faux fur throw: is considered to have the softest fur in the world it’s also incredibly warm. As this modern faux fur holds a variety of colours, it complements a whole host of colour scheme, which includes blacks, white, earthy and bold tones. It can be used as a throw over the bed, sofa or as a decorative wall hanging. I prefer mine over a sofa keeking me nice, warm and cosy while watching a bit of TV. This super lovely fashionable throw is from www.fauxfurthrows.com. U.K.
The Charles II style mirror captures Edwardian gothic style, an exquisite piece of novelty to have as a centre piece.
Cushions, drapes and curtains create comfort, depth, warmth and privacy
Victorian bedroom wardrobe: this dark wood wardrobe is beautifully crafted, but be careful with large dark interiors try to maintain a balance, you would not want your bedroom to feel small and unsettling.
Dining room with glass table and chairs: sometimes keeping it simple captures the beauty in luxury, break up the theme with small ornaments and furnishing. With a room that’s capturing a lot of natural light it’s essential to have some natural elements, colour and texture to balance the deco.
I find furniture designer Roberto Ventura designs fabulous. New designs with classical influence gives his furnitures character. Each individual piece is captivating, the detailing of the patterns, straight lines and curves on each furniture has a story to tell. The rich bold upholstery makes each creation stand proud, on its own in a living room or in a reception it will be the focus of everyone’s desires.
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ANDREAFAY is an interior designer based in North London, England. She has commissions UK and Global wide.