5 Hacks To Make Your Home Look More Luxurious

We here at Neotecture believe in simplicity. And whatever we design we try to keep things simple and aesthetically beautiful at the same time . That's just how we love to work. 

However, we make sure that simple ideas should not be boring and the home that we design, must look luxurious without actually spending a bomb on interiors. 

With a few smart hacks even you can make your home look more luxurious without spending a ton of money.  

Scroll below to check out 6 home decor hacks to make your home look more luxurious.  

1. Black / White Door 


Get rid of the age old brown veneer doors. Paint or laminate all your doors with black or white color and see how the whole look and feel of your home is elevated. 

2. Floor to Ceiling Curtains

This one is simple. All you have to do is replace your boring tiny window size curtains with wall to ceiling curtain.s, no matter the size of your window.  This simple hack will create an illusion of high ceiling and make your home stand out. 

3. Go Minimalistic


Sure, you love all your showpiece, photo frames and other articles gifted by your family and friends. But trust me, you don't have to put everything on display. Get rid of the articles that do not fit your overall decor theme. Use these small pieces very carefully and have very few of them on display. 

4. Rich Fabrics

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Luxurious homes include fabrics that looks good and feels good. Add fabrics like  faux furs, velvets, satin and silks in your furniture and design accessories. 

5. Plants and Flowers


You'll never find an expensive home that is without a beautiful vase with fresh flowers. Add a lot of fresh flowers wherever possible. If you don't have enough natural light entering your home, then have some beautiful artificial plants in your home. Plants and flowers will add a pop to your decor. 

Hope you enjoyed the post. And use these simple hacks to make your home luxurious. 

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