Luxury Furniture Fashion

Achieving a sleek and luxury interior design aesthetic is not always as easy as it may seem. It’s not just about buying the most expensive or designer brand furniture – there are many other considerations to keep in mind. Whether you are looking to redecorate indoors or get some new luxury garden furniture, here are our top tips and tricks on how to choose the most fashionable pieces for your home. 

Price vs Quality 

While achieving a luxury style can often be more concerned with aesthetics as opposed to practicality or quality, when paying a premium price for your new piece, you should expect to get high quality furniture. The furniture should be sturdy, made with premium materials and last you years to come. It is important to keep in mind that the high price tag does not necessarily always represent high quality, so be wary of that before purchasing. 

Be picky with your materials

A big factor in luxury fashion and what gives it that sleek aesthetic is the materials used in the furniture. Opt for materials that are a bit more expensive and high quality, which therefore looks very rich. For example, premium leather on a sofa or a real oak tree for the table. The materials used can be a big statement by itself, already adding that extra bit of luxury to your interior. 

Don’t overdo it

Less is more is very much the case in luxury furniture fashion. Trying to do too much in terms of different designs and colours will only take away from the beauty and aesthetics of each piece. It is typically recommended to stick to 3 main colours in each room – ideally, one will be a brighter accent colour and the others will be more neutral, complementing colours. 

Another great idea is to have a single centre piece item per room. For example, if you spend a lot of money on a lush luxury bed, let it become your statement piece in the bedroom and keep other furniture a bit more minimal and simple. 

Show your personality

While many people tend to follow the latest luxury fashion for furniture, don’t forget to let your personality show in your interior designs too. Investing into premium home and garden pieces is the perfect chance to be individualistic and choose unique pieces that represent you and your personality – as opposed to buying affordable furniture that often all looks very similar. 

The latest luxury furniture fashion, for example, has been all about white and creamy colours as well as golden accents. If you are more into daring bright colours, such as reds or greens, don’t let the current trends stop you. As long as you incorporate those colours in a smart way, you will achieve the luxurious style you are looking for and it won’t look tacky, which is what most people worry about. 

One room at the time

Some people prefer to have a concise style throughout their homes. Whilst it may be a good idea to stick to a similar idea (e.g. modern vs rustic), this doesn’t mean that each of your rooms cannot have a different theme or a different colour palette. 

For example, having a very neutral kitchen full of whites and greys should not stop you from exploring navy blues and mustard yellows in your bedroom. Many people love to experiment with their guest rooms too, giving it a completely different vibe to the rest of the house. There are no strict rules here – it’s your home, so have fun with it! 

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