Real Estate Trends and You
Everyone has their own style, and most people want their home’s aesthetic to reflect this. While some may prefer a more understated or minimalistic look, others may want their homes to feel bold and luxurious. If you’re part of the second group, you will probably enjoy a room that has a classy feel to it, and this is often easy to achieve with a few statement pieces. To learn more about what they are, keep reading.
A bold mirror
We often associate classy homes with bling, glitz, and glamour. Unfortunately, it can be hard to achieve this without it looking like you’ve gone overboard.
Luckily, there’s an easy solution. Mirrors often mimic this shiny effect without looking tacky, so if you can manage to get your hands on a big or bold mirror, it will instantly add a touch of class to any room. Plus, mirrors make rooms look bigger, which adds to the sense of elegance and luxury.
Of course, most rooms already have chairs in them since chairs serve a practical purpose. However, a chair can also be more than that – it can be an important piece of décor.
Think about it – sinking into an armchair feels very different from sitting on a small wooden chair, right? Armchairs might be on the expensive side of the spectrum in terms of chairs, but there’s no denying that it’s one of the classiest seating options out there.
There are few things classier than having a chandelier in your house, so if you truly want to go all out and make your house feel as classy and elegant as possible, this is a good place to start. However, you need to keep in mind that not all homes will be the best fit for chandeliers – for example, if you have a smaller house or one with a low ceiling, a chandelier may make the room feel cramped.
That being said, if you have the space to hang a chandelier, and it’s something that will up the class factor, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t go for it.
A luxurious rug
Any rug can instantly give a room a facelift, but luxurious rugs like faux fur rugs are an easy way to instantly add some jazz to any room.
Of course, you may need to spend some time evaluating your options so that you choose the right rug for you – you need to consider the size, the material, and also the color. For example, if your home is decorated in jewel tones, you should choose a rug that will match the color scheme or an unusual pattern to add texture and depth to your living space.
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Diana Alexander, a member of the Houston Association of REALTORS®, Certified Real Estate Negotiation Expert, and Property Manager provides real estate services and trending real estate awareness.