The Luxe Look for Under $100

On 2 Dec, 2016 With 0 Comments

What if I told you a luxe look for your interiors is achievable for under $100?  Current decor trends lean toward a relaxed farmhouse look, but maybe a high end look tickles your fancy.  It’s the price tag that makes it seem out of reach.  If you have a $100 to spend, I am here to share how to get that luxe look for less!

Go for the gold. 

A piece of brass and glass accent furniture or new brass hardware on your kitchen or bathroom cabinets instantly upgrades the feel of a room.  No need to go overboard here, just add an accent.  And keep in mind that a can of gold spray paint on an inexpensive piece can be your best bet. Find a luxe look you want to imitate and then search your thrift or discount stores for a similar piece you can spray paint.

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Styled by Kacey

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Plush velvet for the win.  

While we all might yearn for a velvet sofa or arm chair, one priced under $100 would be a rare find indeed.   Instead look for velvet throw pillows or pillow covers, or pick up a yard or two of velvet to recover a bench or ottoman for a deluxe luxe look.

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Lucite hits the right note. 

If you haven’t noticed, lucite and clear acrylic furniture and accessories abound these days!  Even in the most eclectic interiors, a lucite piece lends an air of luxury.  Look for an accent piece, such as a single chair or small table, or swap out your cabinet hardware.

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Upgrade your light fixture.  

A beautiful light fixture leaves an impression of luxury like no other.  Statement lighting often has a steep price tag, so keep your eyes open for internet or floor sample sales.  Facebook sale groups can also be good options for a luxe steal.

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And for a little luxe under foot, check out the gorgeous plushness of Mohawk Home’s Juliet Metallic accent rug, pictured below in cream, and available in four neutral hues.

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If you choose just one of these ideas to implement, your decor will be well on its way to luxe look with an affordable price tag!  So which one appeals to you?

Find more home decor inspiration and DIY on my blog, Decor & More.

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