Your home may be functional, but who only wants to live with what’s practical? Life is all about enjoying the pleasures, from the best foods to tailored clothes, and, wherever possible, exquisite attention to detail. While it’s easy to access these things, most of our luxury experiences are temporary - we enjoy them when we’re staying at a top-end hotel, for instance, or check out the latest fancy restaurant. But how about bringing some luxury to our homes? It’s easier to do than you might think. Below, we take a look at five ways you can give your home the look and feel of a five-star hotel.
Focus on the Main Rooms
When you’re in a hotel, you only see the “front of house” version of luxury. There are rooms in the hotel that are not sprinkled with magic, and the same should apply to your home. You don’t need your mudroom to be luxurious - it’s only going to get dirty anyway. Instead, focus on the rooms where it’ll make the biggest difference - these will be the entryway, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, living room, and master bedroom. It’ll be an expensive endeavor to transform every area of your house. Change the areas where it’ll make the biggest difference, and you’ll save money and much time.