Who doesn’t love a touch of glamour in their lives? You may not want to live in a glamorous home. After all, there are times for some glamour and there are times for just relaxing and kicking your feet up. So instead of making your whole home glamorous, just focus on one space for now.
Here’s how to get started:
Pick the Right Color Palette
The easiest way to create a specific mood or feel in a space is by the color palette. To create that glamorous feel, you can choose whites, pale pastels, rich, deep colors, or bright jewel tones. The colors by themselves won’t give you pure glamour. It’s what you do with the color that makes the real difference.
Add Drama with Furniture
Adding visual interest and drama with your furniture is the perfect addition to a glamorous room. Add a tufted accent piece or choose a piece with dramatic, extravagant lines. Remember that including an extravagant piece doesn’t mean your living room will look over-the-top. With the right balance, glamorous can also be elegant.
Make a Statement
Whether it’s a piece of beautiful artwork or it’s your area rug, a glamorous room must make a statement. What that statement is exactly is up to you. Don’t be afraid to be bold. One quick way to make a statement is by choosing the right window coverings. Roman shades have a natural elegance and glamour, and they’re so versatile, they complement every style, just like the ones pictured above.
Mix and Match Styles
A glamorous room can be modern, traditional, or even Mediterranean. With that in mind, mix and match styles and even style eras to create a layered, complex, glamorous feel. Like a piece from the 1920s? Perfect! Add it alongside your favorite décor item from today. Mixing and matching styles also gives the feeling that you’ve worked on that space over a period of time rather than throwing it all together. And that can give it even more glamour.
A glamorous room is right around the corner. Don’t be afraid to make décor mistakes. Making mistakes is how you learn what works for your space and what doesn’t. And the great thing about home décor and even wall paint is it’s all easily changed, no commitment necessary.