Bring a touch of glamour and class to your home with Luxe Style - one of the five styles featured throughout the Style Studio.
Taking a different direction from the traditional look of luxury comprising of black and gold, Luxe Style features shades of teal pared back with brass, while bringing in elements of black and timber. According to the Style Studio by Summit, Luxe Style is a different take on what you would expect the style should be.
Incorporating Luxe Style into a kitchen could be by installing a free-standing rangehood or a circular rangehood by Laminex in a brass finish. Adding a structural element of a rangehood to a kitchen, but with a curve makes it elegant and feminine, which is an important trait of Luxe Style.
Pendant lights over dining tables are a great way to bring in Luxe Style. Think glass pendants, which pick up the surrounding charcoals, blacks and teals, above a brass table. The pendant could be in a smoky glass with an ombre effect.
In the bathroom, incorporate brass trims. There are many options as to how to bring Luxe Style to a bedroom. Think striking, custom, tall bedheads in velvet, which feature buttons or pins in a brass or bronze finish.
You can even reupholster dining chairs in velvet to cut down costs. Linen in a bedroom is big in creating a Luxe Style.
Chunky, heavy comforters in a velvet and puffy coverlets that drape down the side of the bed, add much luxury to a bedroom. If you incorporate a high bed, you will need something at the bottom of the bed to weigh the bed’s height and you don’t want to do it with cushions.
A good way to balance this is at the bed end, with either a foot stool or custom made, upholstered bed end with a little lip that holds all your decorative cushions. Finish the bed end in a velvet, silk or sateen. Add deep buttons to create depth in the material.
*Thank you to La Vie Interiors for your design, style and inspiration tips for this blog.