Luxurious Kitchens and Baths
(Via Home & Stone)
A luxurious room is one that exudes glamour, fine materials, comfort, and exclusiveness.
The kitchen above, for example has a large expanse of cabinets that just from first glance looks to be very convenient for the home dwellers. You can clearly see that the designer went above and beyond with the details in the design of this kitchen. From the sparkly pendants to the ceiling, each intricate detail is luxurious.
(Via Designs of the Interior)
This kitchen has gorgeous pendant lights and ultra-luxe seating that you wouldn’t normally see in a kitchen. The sparkle in the backsplash and the gold-framed abstract art further emphasizes a feeling of luxury.
(Via Massimo Interiors)
Details in this swanky kitchen, such as the mirrored panels in the island and backsplash, along with the black marble wrapped along the top and sides of the island, are extravagant and daring. The color scheme of black, off-white, and gray is extremely classic and sophisticated.
(Via Harry Braswell, Inc)
This monochrome color scheme in this warm and comforting kitchen gives off a more subdued side of luxury, while the glass pendant lights, lucite bar stools, and shell light fixture over the table ups the glam factor.
(Via RW Anderson Homes)
These shiny grey subway tiles, in the bathroom below, sparkle from the light and have a reflective quality. Against the stone bathtub façade, these tiles are an awesome backdrop of this jaw-dropping bathroom.
(Via Elsie Interior)
Usually any room with damask patterns is a luxurious one. Bring in the silk window shades and mirrored vanity of this bathroom, and it’ll easily be a room your guests will never forget.
(Via WAM Interior Design)
The black and white color scheme and floor detail below give this stunning, contemporary bathroom a sophisticated feel.
If you’re looking to make your kitchen or bathroom more luxurious, take notes from these rooms. Use deluxe materials and ultra-comfy textiles. Bring in shiny, glossy elements, whether it be wall tiles, cabinets, lighting, or accessories. Try to incorporate uncommon stones, tiles, and colors to give your room an exclusive ambience. Make sure to keep a sense of sophistication no matter what design style you choose to go with. You can’t go wrong with a black and white color scheme, but a luxurious room is one designed on bold choices… so try that color you’ve always wanted.
Whether you’re remodeling your entire space, or incorporating luxe elements over time, follow these tips and use these rooms as inspiration to design your own well-curated, lavish kitchen or bath.