There are some reason why you are not yet fully satisfied of your full furnished home. It may have already provided a comfortable living space for you, bedroom for sleeping with a walk-in closet and its own bathroom, a complete kitchen where you can cook and eat a decent meal and a living room where you can sit with your guests or just enjoy being alone and watch TV. There is nothing to complain about but there just seems to be something lacking.
The Peterson Group, matchmaker of the best homes for our expatriate members living in the hearts of successful cities of Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Jakarta, Indonesia and Hong Kong, must admit that even though we are providing luxury homes to our clients based on their needs and specifications, each room would still need a private touch of home owners for them to claim the place as their own.
For some who would want to make their space look like a million-dollar space more than what luxury it already exudes, the following tips may help you:
1. Choose the right color
Choosing colors are sometimes overlooked by many individual as long as they can choose their favorite or have a color shade which is safe to go with. Contrary to what so many people think, deciding and reviewing colors is one of the most challenging struggles by the most expert interior designer. The color palette should match the furniture used. If elegance is what you are after without jeopardizing safety, black is mostly advisable.
2. Know the basics of fabrics
Throwing in some furs or sheepskins can help enhance the quality of the room. It is an easy thing to add on your coffee table, just makes sure the color fits the theme of the room. A sumptuous fabric for a new curtain or for throw pillow covers can provide an upgrade your sense of style in the living room or bedroom. Decorate the pillows or curtain swags with satin tassels or other luxurious trims. Splurge on a few thick, thirsty luxury towels to give your bathroom an instant upgrade.
3. Create a focal point
Focus on something peculiar and unique which can attract the attention of your guests. This center piece is common in luxury homes and can boost the impression of your artistic taste. The right piece can give the room a "wow" factor that instantly upgrades your decor.