When you think of luxury, you probably imagine items owned by millionaires, the type of objects owned by the rich and famous. Yet not everyone needs a home resembling an episode of Cribs to have the lap of luxury in their front room. Sometimes all you need is some discernment and an eye for a bargain.
Look around your home – are there any objects that give you pure, unfettered satisfaction?
If not, then it’s time to find something that will. So why not bask in the luxury of a few of these tips?
- The Saxon way
Are your sofas a cheap ragged mess? Do they resemble a decade-old chewed-up dog toy? Then it’s time for an upgrade. For our money, Saxon furniture is your best bet, providing sofas fit for a Saxon conqueror or lavish king.
Their range comes in a wide variety of colors and design types, so you’ll be able to choose the perfect fit for the rest of your home.
Seating is key to a satisfying living room experience. So make sure you pick a piece you can enjoy all year round.
- Relaxation room
Got a spare room for your junk? Then it’s time to convert it form glorified rubbish dump into a bona fide relaxation hub.
Paint its walls a relaxing colour (warm reds are always good), install a CD player with some chill out tunes, and invest in a massage table or relaxing seating to really lounge in comfort.
Whenever you’re feeling stressed or simply want a breather, all you have to do is retreat to your relaxation space and you’ll feel a whole lot better.
- Fantastic fridges
Your fridge is okay – after all, it does stop your food turning rotten – but it’s not quite luxurious enough for our tastes.
You could do so much better. Invest in a fridge with benefits, from an ice cube dispenser to a sleek look to a variable range of temperatures. You’ll realize how much you needed a fridge with a touch of class.
- A corner of your home
You’ve got kids running around like they were on fire and a spouse insisting it’s their turn to pick what’s on telly. So what could be more relaxing than a place to retreat when your home gets too hectic?
Find a little corner of your house and populate it with your favourite mementoes, books and other luxury items, we will name “the” reading nook.
With just a few of these tips in place you’ll feel like the Sultan of Brunei on any day of the week. What do you think? We would love to hear your opinion on the subject in the comment section below.