Looking to add some high-end features to your investment property or home? Luxury doesn't have to break the bank.
Bathroom remodel → Simply, by remodelling your bathroom you can ensure all fixtures and plumbing are up to date and working efficiently. If you choose to utilize new features including recessed lighting and modern tiling and flooring, you can create a luxurious atmosphere.
House plants → The addition of plants to your home, whether they are real or fake, is a great way to instantly uplift any space. Plants are a great way to add colour to a room and make instant statement pieces. You can add texture and a good focal point to your setting by selecting the right pot for your plant. This selection is almost as important as selecting the plant itself.
Every Monday to Friday 11am-2pm and on Saturdays 10am-2pm there is a plant stand at the Royal Botanic Gardens where you can find beautiful options for your property.
Neutral Hues → Neutral shades can offer the calming influence we need right now to turn our home into a tranquil sanctuary. Rental.com has found that grey is one of the most popular interior colour based on average monthly Google search volumes. Dulux's Polished Pebble is the most searched shade of grey, with 9,900 average monthly searches.
Temporary wallpaper → Adhesive wallpaper is a growing trend as people look to create new spaces, including home offices, within homes. Whether you're making a statement wall or bringing life to an otherwise dull room, a great benefit of temporary wallpaper is that you can easily change it when you get bored.
High-end touches → Add small touches of high-end materials such as antique gold, solid wood or marble throughout your home. Swap modern ornaments for a vintage ornament or vintage books, and you’ll instantly up the price tag on your decor.
Update lights → Whether you update your pendant lights in the kitchen or add new standout lamps to the living room, a new light fixture is a great way to give your home the right ambience to feel cosy and luxurious.
Create Space → The best way to make your home feel luxurious is by creating open spaces. Adding some clever storage solutions, rearranging furniture, and decluttering can help you accomplish this.
Glazing → Bifold doors tend to be the dream aesthetic, with floor to ceiling glazing allowing natural light to flood a room. However, they can be expensive. The cheapest alternative for achieving a similar, luxurious effect would be to replace the existing windows at the rear of the property with traditional patio doors (French doors), which will open up the living space and make it appear larger while blending the outside space seamlessly with the inside space. This works especially well in kitchens and kitchen extensions.