Give your home a luxurious feel
Give your home a plush makeover with these décor ideas
Simply royal—if that’s what describes you, then create an opulent setting at home with a Victorian theme. Anjali Goel, Director, La Sorogeeka, recommends the high back bed with silver legs and posts. The bed can instantly transform a bedroom and is perfect for those who want to recreate a rich opulent setting. “These days, people are going all out to turn their dreams into reality and thus, theme-based settings are gaining popularity. This theme is all about exquisite living,” says Goel.
Be it royal furniture pieces, signature accessories or metallic tones—they all add to the luxury quotient of a home. “Silver lends a fabulous dimension to any space; a piece of furniture, vase, an idol or lamp that has silver elements, can easily transform an ordinary space into an exclusive area. Large silver mirrors and photo frames dominate the space and lend a classy look to your home,” suggests Anita Kumari Singh, President, Frazer & Haws.
Carpeted in History
For those who seek opulence, the best way to create a luxurious setting at home is by rolling out a carpet that pays homage to royal history, recommends Angelique Dhama, Head-Marketing, Obeetee. Inspired by the grand antiquity of Mamluk rugs, and the Persian finesse of Tabriz and Sultanabad rugs, the Museum Collection from Obeetee bears testament to the great dynasties that have ruled civilisations. Woven at 300 knots/square inch, using the finest wools in scarlet, rust brown, saffron gold—the likes of these rugs have been laid out at renowned museums.
According to JJ Valaya, the use of a pair of high back chairs can instantly bring a touch of royalty to an otherwise plain room. For Valaya, Director of The Home of the Traveler, luxury is all about creating a refined balance in a living space. “I like elegance. An elegant space should have a degree of timelessness and plushness as well as an edge, brought in through statement pieces. With the use of chic pop-up artefacts and furniture pieces, you can add exuberance to your space.”
Lead Photo: La Sorogeeka