3 Designer Tips That Will Add Luxury to Your Apartment Decor

In need of an apartment facelift? One good way to elevate the look and feel of your space is to make smart interior design choices, which will make your apartment home seem as though a professional has put their own spin on your space. Luckily, you don’t need a huge budget or a design background to make your home look a bit more luxurious. Here are 3 interior design secrets to steal, if you want to add upscale touches to your apartment home.

Add plenty of texture.

Ever notice how the most stylish homes have a mix of textured items? From velvet pillowcases to stone vases and indoor plants, incorporating different textures adds depth and dimension to your space. In fact, playing with texture is a great way to liven up your home if you are working with a limited color palette, which can look flat otherwise.

Think big.

Sure, you may have a lot of cool odds and ends lying around, but when it comes to making a statement, bigger is always better. Large, bold pieces draw the eye more than smaller items and can make it easy to create a definitive look on your shelves, coffee tables, desk space, and more. For example, try topping your coffee table with a large wooden bowl or vase and little else.

Vary the height of your items.

Glance at a surface in your home right now, and you might notice that almost everything is the same height: candles, storage boxes, trinkets, and the like. One good way to elevate the look of your surface (and, by extension, home) is to arrange items so that you have a mix of shorter and taller décor. Use smaller things to prop larger items up or use things like vases and plants to add height in seconds.

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