3 Key factors for personally adapted luxury in interior design
The trends that used to identify luxury as a group of standard comforts have been left behind, now it’s more important what each person identifies as luxury in their homes. Here are some of the main key factors to understand this way of making the most out of your spaces.
Making the most out of the space. Having the largest amount of bathrooms or bedrooms is no longer the most important factor. Do you like fine drinking? Use a large part of your space for a wine cellar or a bar. Do you find fashion fundamental? Build closets and wardrobes the size you want. Do you love the sensation of a long bath? Design bathrooms where one or several baths can let you love a unique experience. Don’t limit yourself to conventions; make the space truly yours and a reflection of your personality.
Make an efficient use of technology. The ability of new devices or gadgets that you can install can make the experience of your house even before you enter it. With appliances that allow you to control the lighting, multimedia systems, room temperatures or even filing bathtubs all from your phone, now you can prepare your house to receive you in the coziest way ever.
Integrate traditional luxury with your vision. The point is not to sacrifice furnishings, structure or elegance, the idea is that you can still enjoy these basic luxuries but adapted to your needs and interests, this way you can assure that this generically luxurious place can become an environment created just for you.