Make Your Home Look Like a Million Bucks

Want a rich look in your home? These tips from stylists, designers and bloggers are proof that you can get posh style without a steep price tag.
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Keep It Clean

"I am up and about for more than 12-14 hours a day, sometime in heels that should be illegal. So the one thing I look forward to is calling it a night in a bed with freshly laundered sheets. There's something magical about being able to indulge in a personal, clean and soft bed that I find priceless. Add lavender candles and I'm a happy, happy gal." -Manvi Drona, Mochatini

Go Faux

"I have a go-to trick I love to help make any space feel instantly luxe. While I love the look of fur blankets and throws, I don't love the price and prefer to go faux anyway. So, one of my favorite tricks is to buy 2 or 3 faux fur throws and get them sewn together at my local dry cleaners. Then, voila! You have a custom fur blanket to drape over your bed." -Erica Reitman, Design Blahg

Don't Lose Your Marbles

"I love the look of high-end materials like marble and polished brass, but if you can't afford, say, an all-marble kitchen countertop, why not bring those materials into your space by using them on smaller pieces and home accessories? I have a table lamp with a marble base that adds a very posh touch to my home office." -Camille Styles, lifestyle blogger & Creative Director at

Be Brassy

"I've placed a couple of small brass sculptural objects on a bookshelf that add another layer of luxe." -Camille Styles, lifestyle blogger & Creative Director at

Look Into Mirrors

"One way to make a room feel luxurious is by purchasing an assortment of different sized antique frames and then painting them all white. Instead of filling them with pictures, I like to put mirrors inside them. Hang in different spots on one main wall and instantly the room will feel luxurious!" -Anthony Baratta, Anthony Baratta, LLC

Work That Artwork

"Art is a great go-to for giving your space a more luxurious, unique feel. A lot of people are intimidated by art because it can be so expensive. But you don't necessarily have to spend a fortune on art. All of my favorite art comes either from artist friends or from flea markets and thrift stores. You can update vintage art by framing it in a fresh new frame." -Orlando Soria, Creative Director, Homepolish

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Add Some Flower Power

"Place a small spray of pink, store-bought tulips or carnations in a tight arrangement in a small vase or decorative glass on the nightstand. It adds a dose of boutique hotel hospitality, elevating the everyday moments." -Marisa Marcantonio, Stylebeat

Test Your Metals

"When I think luxe, I think just a hint of shimmer or sparkle. It's the 'less is more' rule and making those little moments pop! Like wearing a little black dress, but the real element that makes it special is the jewelry. Bits of metallic accessories throughout can elevate any space." -Tyler Wisler, Tyler Wisler Home

Dim the Lights

"I always make sure there's a dimmer on every light switch, and that I have plenty of lamps throughout a space. Adjusting the lighting in a room can make it moody, cozy, romantic, relaxing, and definitely luxurious." -Julia Noran, President and Site Director, Editor at Large

Treat Your Windows

"My trick for making a low budget space appear much more high-end is to splurge on tailored window covering, even if everything else within the room is low-end. This doesn't mean $100 per yard fabric needs to be used. In fact, the drapery panels can even be ready-made; they just need to be properly lined, hemmed and attached to drapery rods with rings and drapery hooks. So, anytime someone asks me my must-have styling trick to give a room a luxurious or high-end look, my answer is always to pay close attention to the tailoring of windows." -Brian Patrick Flynn, Decor Demon

Don't Ignore Your Entry

"Having fresh flowers on display to greet guests when they walk in the door is an instant mood-uplifter. Not only does it add a wonderful fragrance, it adds a touch of color and natural beauty like nothing else can." -Marisa Marcantonio, Stylebeat

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