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10 Ways To Make Your Home Look More Expensive

Home renovations are expensive, especially when you want to give your home the elegant appeal that it deserves. However, that can take quite some time to do so and a large funding. Instead of completely renovating the home, here are 10 ways to make your home look more expensive and flawless all at the same time.

Fresh Flowers 

Fresh flowers are an excellent addition because you can interchange them for different types and colors that work best for your current decor. If you are against flowers or may be allergic to them you can even use a floral wallpaper or a floral painting that will enhance the hues in your room.

Nothing uplifts and brings a room together quite like fresh flowers do. There is an instant upgrade and elegance to having fresh flowers be part of a home. Place them in multiple different areas for a quick expensive feel that is easy to interchange when needed.


When it comes to rugs do not be afraid of a shaggy rug. Shaggy rugs are great because they add texture as well as beauty to any room they are placed. Do not be afraid of using a rug underneath your dining table, it could provide the touch of texture that the space may need.

A rug looks expensive regardless of how inexpensive, they are. The idea is to have a rug be a part of the décor that makes sense. Keep the space simple yet trendy with a rug that is unique. You want the room to have a little extra. That is exactly what a rug does.

Large-scale art

Such a large piece like this one will provide a perfect focal point to your living room or even your bedroom. We recommend using a colorful art piece if you want a daring touch in the room. Consider using a neutral colored painting for a less “in your face” dramatic look.

Art is beautiful, and it can say a whole lot about the individuals who live in the home. Having a large-scale art piece will bring out the elegance of the room. The idea is to have the artwork speak for itself, regardless of how it is paired in the room

Statement sofa

When we hear the words “statement sofa” the very first thought is “colorful, and large,” but this is not exactly true a simple pastel sofa paired ina neutral room can provide all the boldness you need without being directly in your face. Consider having the pastel sofa be the one piece in the room with that color palette. 

A statement sofa is not only elegant and trendy, but it is also an expensive looking piece of furniture. Having a bold color take over the living room will, in fact, provide a statement piece brings your entire decorating style to one simple focal point. Keep the rest of the décor simple to allow the sofa to make the statement it was intended to make.

The rule of three

The rule of three comes into play when you want a cohesive look that works well with your decorative style. The idea is to purchase three of the same items and place them together to create the put together that makes sense. Place the items on a counter, the dining table, or even in the home’s entryway. 

The rule of three is simple, keep your décor repetitive in a three format. Therefore, you want to have three of the same objects over and over again instead of any other number. It has been proven three is the magic number when it comes to décor. It looks good and feels elegant.

Bold Ceiling

The richness of having a darker ceiling paired with a chandelier and other light fixtures adds a beautiful contrast in any room. The key is working with a rich hue that will accentuate your current color palette and decor. Choose colors such as navy, plum, red, or even emerald. 

A bold ceiling is elegant, due to it being chic and elegant. The idea is to have that statement made in a way that stands out and is simple yet different. The ceiling will make a huge difference in the home when it has a bold and daring twist to it.


Many homeowners are afraid of having a chandelier in the kitchen because of their current decor. However, regardless of your decor a chandelier can revamp your kitchen space and bring better lighting to the most used space in the home. Pair it with other smaller fixtures for the perfect level of brightness and elegance.

Chandeliers have always been an elegant element used in a home and it still remains true. Add a chandelier to a room that needs an elegant touch to it. It will look elegant while elevating the worth of the room. Consider having an intricate chandelier or even a black chandelier for a modern yet expensive look.

Panel Walls

Wall panels are another great way to add texture to a room. They come in multiple different colors, textures, and styles which is perfect when you want to add a little something extra without being overly obvious. Add a texture that looks as if it could jump off of the wall from the moment you walk by it. Keep the area modern with a bold touch of bright color.

Panel walls are one of a kind and expensive to have. Therefore, having an accent wall that is a panel wall will give you the touch of elegant charm that makes sense. Keep it to a minimum while still providing the elegant touch.

Custom Cabinets

Custom cabinetry means the cabinets are designed to fit your kitchen perfectly. They are also created to suit your needs. This works because the kitchen will look and feel as you have always dreamed of while providing a chic touch of elegance along the way. The idea is to bring that elegant feel to the hoem every chance you get.

Bring that elegant charm by adding custom cabinets to your kitchen. Custom cabinetry feels expensive because it gives the kitchen that touch of custom chic that may be needed. The custom feature allows you to have every single cabinet feature you have ever wanted.


Wainscoting works well in any area of the home because it is bold yet chic which is one of the best ways to maintain an elegant appeal. We love the idea of having it be part of the texture you decide to add to your home decor. Pair it in the dining area for the intricate touch or use it to accentuate your current art pieces. 

Wainscoting is a space on any wall of your home that allows you to have a division of colors or textures. Pair it with colorful hues that evolve the décor you currently have.

Making your home feel more expensive is quite simple, use two or more of these ideas for the ultimate expensive look. Let us know which of these you would want to include in your home in the comments below.


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