Style Development & History
About Luxury Virtual Staging
Even though we often associate luxury with upscale properties, it’s more of a state of mind, a philosophy of living the best life possible. No matter the size of your home, luxury interior design marks the ultimate comfort, the art of pampering yourself, and the indulgence in luxurious elements and sophistication.
When you think of luxury interior design, the first things that come to mind are large areas and open floor plans, high ceilings, large windows, and the traditional, eye-catching chandelier in the dining room or hallway.
Additionally, this style focuses on luxurious, top of the line products such as expensive oversized furniture, opulent artwork, and accents in gold, silver, brass, or copper. As well as glamorous antiques and full fabrics like velvet and silk. wool, and faux fur.
Luxury designs often create an effective focal point around something unique like a fireplace or a sweeping staircase in a mansion’s entry hall.
Historically, the seeds of luxury design were planted in 17th century France. But it was during the Victorian era in Great Britain from the 1830s to the 1900s that luxury interior design got its breakthrough.
Overall, the luxury style entails sophistication, elegance, detail, a sense of proportion, and a distinctive feeling that living is easy.