• Jenny

6 Ways To Make Your Home Feel Glamorous

In our day-to-day lives, your home is likely more comfortable than glamorous.

Even if you live somewhere with a charming view of an opulent interior, it’s easy to fall into a routine when cleaning, maintaining, and furnishing your home.

That’s where the glamour comes in.

In this post, we’ll give you tips on creating glamorous living spaces in your home – no matter how big or small they might be. Read on for some helpful ideas about creating a home that feels as good as it looks.


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Change up your furniture

A new sofa is an easy way to transform your living room.

You can also change the type of seating you have in your dining room by introducing a bench or changing your table and chairs.

While you’re at it, you can opt for the best wood wax to upgrade your furniture. If you have open floor plans or a loft-style home, you can also change how people walk through the space by rearranging your furniture.

Moving the couch from one wall to another or placing a new item in the middle of your room can create new pathways.

Install luxurious carpeting

While hardwood floors are a tried and true design feature, they also a huge amount of maintenance. You can install carpeting instead if you have little time or energy to maintain your gorgeous wood floors.

Luxurious carpeting is a great way to make your home feel more glamorous and comfortable.

Choose bold colors and patterns, or opt for neutral tones if you want a more subtle look.

You can also install area rugs in high-traffic areas or create a design theme in a specific room.

If you live in a humid climate, you may want to avoid installing thick, plush carpeting since it could cause your home to feel stuffy and humid. Opt for a less plushy option, like synthetic or low-pile carpeting, or add an area rug to put some distance between the floor and your furniture.

Darken your dining area

Like many rooms, dining rooms can vary in style from glamorous to rustic and everything in between.

If you want your dining room to feel more glamorous, you can darken the space by adding darker furniture, flooring, and even curtains to block out the light.