The kitchen is commonly referred to as the heart of the home because we often spend the most time in there doing things like eating, drinking and being merry with the people we love the most. So it makes sense that we would all want our kitchens to look as amazing as possible.
With that in mind, here are some simple tips to make your kitchen more luxe, more inviting and ultimately more enjoyable.
UPGRADE THE HARDWARE
A really simple way of to make your kitchen more luxe and ultimately feel more expensive than it actually is is to update the hardware. This means things like the door knobs and handles and the taps – small things that you might not think make a big difference, but when they’re sparkly and new can really lift the tone of the whole room. This is one of the least expensive kitchen hacks, but it really can lead to a more luxurious room.
INVEST IN THE NECESSARY APPLIANCES
In mist kitchens, the fridge and cooker take up the most space, so you can make a really big impact in the space by upgrading those too. If you look at Andi-Co, you will see that you can get some really stunning modern fridges and cookers that come in a wide range of colours from mineral green to stone blue. These are much more impressive than the standard fridges and freezers at the local hardware store, and they will absolutely make the right impression.
Adding more plants and flowers to your kitchen space will give it a lush, expensive feel, especially if you go for luxurious cut flowers and lush green plants, which you can hang from the ceilings or perch on the windowsill with ease. If you really want to make your kitchen more luxe and add a statement, then one big mass of plants or flowers located on a kitchen island makes for the most luxurious centrepiece.
The right light can make a room look far more sophisticated. So, get rid of your boring strip lights and replace them with current on-trend pieces like copper geometric pendants. Or for a more timeless aesthetic, sparkly glass chandeliers. You can have fun upgrading your lighting fittings, whatever takes your fancy but keep in mind you’d want something that fits with the rest of the decor.
Accessories can really bring the style of any room together, which is why they are such a big part of interior decor, and the kitchen is no different. To create a luxe atmosphere, opt for natural accessories like stone pestles and mortars, wooden breadboards and copper pots, pans and bottles. Arrange them in groups of three for that authentic designer touch.
The kitchen can sometimes feel cold and uninviting, but any easy way to change that is by putting a rug in the space. A thick Persian rug will not only add warmth, but also a luxe touch that will be most welcome, especially in the dead of winter.
Luxury and the kitchen go hand in hand, so if your kitchen is more basic, you can use these ideas to make it feel more expensive and desirable, even if you really don’t spend much money.