How to Add a Little Luxury to your Home in 2013

How to Add a Little Luxury to your Home in 2013

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Add luxury to your home without going over your budget.

We all want a luxurious home that is warm and welcoming but many people are restricted by their budget. Luckily, adding a little luxury to your home needn’t cost a fortune and these tips will help you add luxury to your life for less.

The Bedroom

For many, this room requires the most luxury as it is a private place to relax after a long day. The simplest way to give your bedroom a luxurious upgrade is to replace your bedding. Think about the things that you love the most when you stay at a luxury hotel. These establishments take pride in providing guests with little luxuries and you can gain inspiration from this. High quality goose down bedding will make a huge difference to the look and feel of the room as well as your sleeping experience. Goose Down Duvets at Elysha Charles Sleep Emporium are affordable yet luxurious and there is something to suit budgets of every size.

The Bathroom

Bathrooms are a functional space but that doesn’t mean luxury is out of the question. If you want to make your bathroom pretty as well as practical, a stack of Egyptian cotton towels will add instant luxury. A luxury hand wash and hand lotion is a nice touch as well as a candle to make sure your bathroom smells lovely.

The Lounge

If you are sick of the sight of your sofa but can’t afford to replace it, why not invest in a luxury throw. Perfect to snuggle up in on a cold wintery night, it will cover your unsightly sofa and transform the look of your room. A few matching cushions and a large candle can also add a boutique feel to your decor.

The Kitchen

If you don’t have the budget to makeover your entire kitchen, focus on the parts that require the most work. Updating your kitchen cabinets can transform your whole room and custom made designs are a great way to create a focal point in the room. Imaginative lighting is also a great way to update your kitchen but if you really want to make a dramatic difference to your kitchen, under floor heating is the ultimate luxury. Creating a dramatic feature in your kitchen for example an island is also a great way to update the design without breaking the bank.

****Home luxury informational post brought to you by Elysha Charles Sleep Emporium, based in the UK****

What have you done around the house to add a little frugal luxury? Share it in the comments, and give me some great ideas, because I surely could use them. :-)

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  1. We just stripped the wallpaper in our small guest bath, repainted, new towels, new trash can. Bathroom looks brand new : ).

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