Start by completely clearing the rooms so that you are working from a blank canvas. Keep in mind from the start that you want to avoid clutter. Consider the shape of the room and if there are any areas you can use as features like built-in bookshelves or quirky nooks and crannies. Sometimes knocking through walls can provide a much larger space to live in and increase light.
Make sure your garden is regularly maintained or add hard landscaping to cut down on maintenance. Nothing says luxury more than a sturdy gate and security system. A porch is always welcoming and purchasing a statement door with a bold colour like pillar box or black.
Depending on the property you have the entrance will vary but if there is space add a table with a lamp or flowers on it and a large mirror. If you have a large entrance then turn it into a feature library. Remember guests will see this first when they enter your house so do something bold.
Do not forget comfort whilst selecting the style that suits you. Lighter sofas and whites always look more luxurious but if you have children then it’s not wise to have a light sofa. Adding scatter cushions is a great way to glam up a sofa.
Once again make sure there is no clutter and add large pieces of artwork around the room.
The bed is the focal point for the bedroom so ensure you have a plush headboard with two matching side tables and matching lamps on each of them.
Luxury bathroom with rainforest showers and jets, jacuzzi bath, heated towel rails, heated flooring, large mirrors, marble flooring, dimmer lights and candles, no clutter.
Lighting can radically change the atmosphere of a room. Use lights to make statements, perhaps even chandeliers.