Furniture ideas to make your home look more expensive

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Everyone wants to be house-proud. Part of making this happen is giving off the illusion that your home is more expensive than it actually is.

Everyone wants to be house-proud. Part of making this happen is giving off the illusion that your home is more expensive than it actually is. It is about adding quality to a room at a low price. Nobody wants to admit their sofas came from a second-hand shop down the road. They want people to think they spent money on designer Harris Tweed sofas.

In this article, we are going to show you how you can make your home look more expensive.

Add in some Mirrors : Much of making your home look more expensive is in the psychology. Here is a little trick you can use. Mirrors are huge space enhancers. They make rooms look taller by reflecting both artificial and natural light. If you want to make a small room look bigger, this is the way to do it.

Do not try to add mirrors everywhere, though. Only add them when they naturally fit into a room’s décor.

A Splash of Colour : Things like colourful shutters and bright paintings on the wall will always add a focal point. The problem is these days it is standard to have a room that uses beige and boring neutral colours. These colours add nothing and only say that you are sticking with what everyone else is doing.

If you have ever seen the inside of a luxury home, you can see colour everywhere. They are often in unexpected places. For example, a pair of full height French doors may have some colourful shutters or curtains over it. This makes everything look punchy and instantly draws the eye.

Swap Out the Tiny Basics : If you looked into every room on your street, you would probably find exactly the same accessories in every home. Basic fixtures like doorknobs rarely change. This is where you can stand out from the crowd. Look into getting some custom door handles fitted. By adding something different, whether by changing the shape or the pattern, you are adding something new. Luxury homes do everything they can to stand out from everything else.

A Few Designer Pieces : Here is a simple way of creating a designer abode without breaking the bank. Only purchase a couple of pieces of designer furniture. You may decide to go shopping for furniture in Inverness and pick up a Harris Tweed armchair. Everything else can be cheap and cheerful, but those few designer pieces will draw attention away from everything else.

To an extent, having only a few pieces of designer furniture will only make people appreciate those few pieces more.

Chic Finish with Flowers : The difference between a luxury home and a standard home is the finish. This does not have to cost you much of anything. Get a stylish vase and fill it with fresh flowers. Not only will it remove much of the stuffiness of the room, it will add that extra bit of colour you need to really make the room pop.

The benefit of flowers is you can change them on a regular basis. Change them according to the seasons. This way, every time a guest enters your room they are going to get a new look every time.