How to make your home feel more luxurious?

September 08, 2021

Luxury living doesn’t always have to come with a luxury price tag.

The furniture market continues to evolve and change, year after year. With big box stores giving many locally run furniture stores a run for their money, we have had to adapt and get creative so that we can offer you the best possible furniture at the best possible price. At Revolve, we pride ourselves in offering a wide variety of luxury furniture pieces suited for any style and any home, without the luxury price tag. We are not a discount furniture store, but we understand that the appeal of affordable modern home furnishings is what people are looking for right now. Our team therefore works hard to bring you modern furniture pieces that are unique, durable, and affordable.

So, how exactly can you make your home look and feel more luxurious without breaking the bank?

Modern home furnishings are a unique way to elevate your home, creating a space that truly speaks to your design style. Do you love the look of industrial chic? Or maybe you’re a little more farmhouse style? Our inventory covers it all and these tips our designers have put together will help you create the perfect luxury home, for your budget.

1. The devil is in the details

It is blunt, but it’s true - you cannot and should not skip over the decor and details. When redesigning or redecorating, many people focus all of their energy on the “big stuff”- couches, dining tables, bed frames, etc. While it is important to see the big picture, it is actually the smaller more finite details that will create the luxurious feel in your home. In fact, this is typically what sets apart those who hire an interior designer to redesign their home. The quick and easy of it is, start playing with textures, colours, and accents right from the get go and don’t hold back on buying the vase or the bowl you love. These pieces are what will make your home unique and “expensive”.

2. Art, art, art

Paintings, sculptures, drawings, etc. Mix, match and make sure every room has some art in it. Art adds depth and dimension into living spaces, and also creates an excellent talking point for guests. Working on a budget? Take old frames and give them new life with a coat of gold spray paint. In the market for some new pieces? Explore our showroom!

3. Textiles are terrific!

One of the fastest ways to add some luxury to your home is to change up and play with your textiles. A new rug, pillow covers, and throws can really change the look and feel of your space. A neutral rug and some bold pillows are the perfect recipe for a luxurious feel.

Instead of visiting a big box discount furniture store, pop in and visit our showroom where you can get advice from our interior designers and browse our floor for room inspiration. We're looking forward to seeing you soon!





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