How To Increase The Luxury In Any Home

Think luxury homes at the Lake of the Ozarks are only for the elite? THINK AGAIN! Luxury real estate is a market all its own, but there are several easy things any homeowner can do to increase the luxuriousness of their homes. Fran Campbell Team is here to help you out with a few quick tips to get you started.

The Bedroom

When it comes to upping the luxury in your home, the master bedroom is a great place to start. Your bedroom should be a beautiful place of comfort and warmth - a place to relax and unwind after a long, busy day. Here are a few quick tips to get you started:
  • Cover your bed with a thick comforter and deck it out with pillows, shams, and throw pillows.
  • Hang gauzy curtains or thick, rich drapes around your windows.
  • Declutter your dressers and nightstands.
  • Install plush carpet.
  • Off-set your overhead lighting by placing floor lamps and table lamps around the room.


The Bathroom

Designing a gorgeous master bedroom is a great start, but if you finish it off by decorating your master bathroom as well, you will have a luxurious master suite fit for royalty. Here are a few tricks you can try:
  • Redo the flooring with with large, square tiles. We recommend using soft, neutral tones.
  • Tile the shower and install a glass shower door. Clear or decorative glass both work equally well.
  • Decorate with large, botanical artwork. Photographs of green leaves, morning dew, and flowers work wonders when it comes to creating a spa-like setting.
  • Wipe down counters, mirrors, sinks, and toilets almost daily. Cleanliness is important throughout the entire house, but is especially crucial in the bathrooms.

The Kitchen

Kitchens are major selling points; buyers looking for a new house at the Lake of the Ozarks will be greatly influenced by the state of the kitchen. Consider these ideas as ways to turn your ordinary kitchen into a luxury kitchen:
  • Install new appliances.
  • Re-stain your cabinets so that they look clean, fresh, and new.
  • Upgrade to granite countertops.
  • Declutter your counters by tuck unnecessary items in cabinets, out of sight.
  • Replace your old faucet with a new one. (If you want to pay extra close attention to detail, consider choosing a new faucet that matches the color of your appliances.)
  • Add a tile backsplash.
  • Accent your standard decorations with fresh, seasonal flowers.


The Living Spaces

At this point, you should have your bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen covered - but what about your general living spaces? Living rooms, great rooms, and family/game rooms also deserve some attention. Here are a few quick ideas:
  • Place large area rugs in the center of the rooms - the larger the rugs, the bigger the rooms will seem.
  • Minimize knickknacks, photos, and wall art. When it comes to decorations in a luxury home, less is always more.
  • Designate an accent wall in every room. You can do this by painting it a dark color, hanging large canvasses or other artwork on it.
  • Keep things bright by letting natural light in through your windows and accenting with soft, warm lamps.
  • Frame your view. If your waterfront home at the Lake of the Ozarks has a window that offers a particularly great view of the water, hang special curtains or drapes around it to draw the eye to the view.

Looking For A New Home At The Lake?

If you're in the market for a new home or condo at the Lake of the Ozarks, let us know! Fran Campbell Team would love to help you find your dream luxury property or cozy home to call your own. Give us a call at 573-302-2390 when you are ready to get started!


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