Do you love the look of a glamorous room but not you’re sure how to achieve the look in your own home? Whether you live in the city, country, or even on a boat, anyone can add a little je ne sais quoi to their home and make it look fabulous!
Here are my tips for adding glamour to any space.
1 | Use metallic, reflective pieces.
- Mirrored furniture, metallic accessories, even mixed metals, these create a sense of glamour. Whether you incorporate a lot or just a little, some shine doesn’t hurt. (see office photo)
2 | Incorporate luxurious fabrics.
Today you can find any type of fabric, discounted even, thanks to the Internet. By adding luxurious fabrics such as velvet and chenille to your space, you are adding interest to your home. These fabrics can be used not only on large upholstery, but also on accents such as pillows and even small benches. An easy DIY could be to buy an inexpensive Target X stool and recover it in a favorite lush fabric for a fraction of the cost of ordering through a traditional retailer. (see living room photo)
3 | Add in black and white.
Without a doubt, a black and white motif always looks chic and glamorous. There are subtle ways (especially if you love color) that you can add in black and white for a never-gets-tired look. Pillows, small boxes to be placed on coffee tables – even grout! Yes! If you are renovating and thinking of using white subway tile, consider using black grout for a knock-out look! If you want a lot of bang for your buck, check out Ikea’s black and white striped rug – one of our favorites at JWS Interiors! (see white desk photo)
4 | Let’s talk texture.
A room is boring when everything has the same fabric. Mix it up in your space – not only with your upholstery, but your rugs too! A faux fur rug can be amazing to walk on and looks great. A fuzzy throw blanket, rattan baskets, wood side tables, and interesting accessories made of different types of materials all add interest. Don’t forget lucite and acrylic which look amazing with natural elements and neutral colors! (see bedroom photo)
*photos by Stacy Zarin Goldberg
*all photos are JWS Interiors