A Simple Yet Effective Guide to Injecting Glamour into Your Interior Design
Glamour and luxurious vibes are not only a brilliant way of adding a sense of relaxation and calm throughout your property, but also a surefire way of making you the envy of friends, neighbors, and family members alike.
With that being said, continue reading to discover a simple yet effective guide to injecting glamour into your own property’s interior design framework.
Metallic Gold Accents
Even though this first suggestion may appear trite, it is accurate to say that even a hint of metallic hardware and gold accent details, be that in the framework of your lighting fixtures, the taps attached to the sink or bath, or even in a small, tasteful ornament on the windowsill is a luxurious addition.
Another wonderful way of injecting metallics into the design is to place small, intricate, and finely detailed lanterns on either side of the mirror, and for extra points, you could even position miniature lanterns in the same size on the windowsill.
Think sophistication and sparkle when it comes to metallic accents and moreover, remember that less is most definitely more in this context.
A Light-Up Bathroom Mirror
Whether you choose to install a joint mirror and sink unit as part of your new glamorous set-up, or you adore your current sink, taps, and mirror, the addition of flattering, warm lights around the perimeter of the mirror creates a beautiful effect.
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Another way to improve the glamorous feel of the space is to switch your ordinary textured bathroom tiles, wallpaper, or neutral paintwork with mosaic artwork—either in the form of large canvases, or bathroom-appropriate wallpaper.
In particular, look for such wallpaper or artwork in black and gold to maintain an oriental, unique feel to the room.
Other oriental additions to your bathroom that are very much in line with sophistication and glamour include:
- Dark wooden slats instead of tiles on the wall
- Oversized textured bathmats
- Underfloor or low-level lighting
- Wooden ladder shelving units
- Orchids in wooden vases and other indoor plants
- Intricate and neutrally colored dressing shields
Finally, in perhaps the most luxurious change of all, you could also consider the installation of a chandelier to hang grandly from the bathroom ceiling.
Naturally, the level of light in the room does not need to be as bright and intense (not to mention unnecessarily harsh) as the light in a hairdressing salon, but you do still need to be able to see what you are doing. The beauty of a bathroom chandelier is such that most units automatically use a dimmer switch, so you can control the level of light to suit your purpose.
When looking for light fittings for your bathroom, make sure that the lightbulbs themselves have a high IP (ingress protection) rating suitable for the size and scale of the room.