Bring luxury into the least-expected corners of your home
It’s nothing new to want a little luxe in your life, but how about the laundry room? And the luxury basement? In 2022, people will give luxurious makeovers to their home’s nooks and crannies. For millennials and Gen X, forgotten spaces will become conversation starters when you have guests over.
If there’s a science to luxury, then Nicole Rosenberg knows the secret formula. This interior designer shares her bespoke design skills that can completely transform a space. And, hint: It’s not that intimidating. Follow Nicole to learn how to take any room and luxe it up.
‘Anyone can make the main bedroom look glamorous. But I’m an expert at making the “forgotten” rooms, such as basements and laundry rooms look stylish. It’s all about organisation. And plants. Lots of plants.’
Limitless luxe in Australia
Forgotten rooms no more! One market that’s sure to go all-out on Limitless luxe is Australia. The Aussies’ take on this trend will be one to watch, as they will focus on elevating unloved spaces within the home (though let’s not forget the gym). Searches for luxury bathroom and luxury wardrobe designs will be on the rise this coming year.
Luxe doesn’t need to mean an entire overhaul. Find ways to add luxury touches to spaces that don’t break the bank, such as light dimmers, textured wallpaper and scented soaps.
Think home cinemas and gaming rooms. Suggest out-of-the-ordinary items from your product portfolio that complement their luxe new set-up.
Show people how to put a luxury twist on takeaways. Pair fast food with fancy cocktails or serve pizza on fine china.