The Gift of Elegance – Adding Luxury

Because a little luxury goes a long way. 

Sponsored by Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery. 

You and the loved ones you’re buying for likely have everything one needs in a home. Bathtub and shower, check. Overhead lighting, check. Kitchen sink and functional faucet – check, and check.

But, the conditions of your surroundings can affect how you feel everyday. And, how you feel in your home requires more than a checklist. Adding hints of elegance and luxury can change the essence of a home – consider the customized whirlpool tub you’ve always wanted or the ornate chandelier above patio seating. These elements can prove to add functionality as well as luxury and style, simply by increasing one’s desire to use the space.

Here are a few ways to add a little spark, and to elevate the mood simply and affordably.

One Change Can Change Everything

Most of us can’t incorporate instant luxury into every aspect of our home, so we often take an all-or-nothing approach and give up altogether. But, the only way to get what you want is to start moving toward it. And, only you or the loved one you’re buying for knows the best place to start.

If you, or they, are avid bakers, an industrial style oven might be the dream addition. Or, if the intention is to treat yourself or them, a soaking tub or whirlpool tub could be in order. Consider going all the way by optimizing your tub of choice with an aromatherapy, acoustic, or specialized heating element.

Color and Texture

A sink can become a work of art when flanked by gorgeous tile or showcasing the simplicity of an apron front design.

A gold-colored kitchen faucet attached to a creamy pecan brown drop-in sink can make washing dishes less of a chore. And, an oven can be an integral design element in a kitchen when oven door panels don a pop of color.

Then, there’s the multi-colored magic that can totally change the feel of a white sterile bathroom – colorful light fixtures, sinks, and bathtub finishes.

A chromatherapy tub takes luxury to an ethereal level with its mood-feeding and changing color therapy.

A Little Light

Light affects everything. The amount, presentation and direction can make or break any mood, and all aspects are integral to the look and feel of a room.

So, yes to starting slow in customizing your home, but when you do start, start with lighting. The look of a light fixture is as important as the way it presents light.

Start the day off right by enhancing your bathroom vanity lighting. It will not only look more elegant, but you’ll feel more elegant, which could easily be a game-changer.

Home lighting is an element that deserves consideration. So, take your time to ensure that you choose wisely.

Priorities – Consider Your Lifestyle

Be sure to consider your priorities and/or those of the person you are buying for when making your selections. You may think for the sake of guests you should prioritize a new chandelier in the foyer or a hanging lantern on the screened porch where you’re always entertaining. But, what about that unsightly overhead globe in your bedroom? And, haven’t you (or she) always dreamed of coming in from a long day, after tucking the kids in, and climbing into an aromatherapy massage tub with Nat King Cole or Aretha Franklin pouring from the built-in speakers. Prioritize the elements that will add the most to your quality of life. Make the spaces you really want to feel good in feel amazing.

In the end, only you or the one you’re shopping for can decide how and where to add luxury and elegance to your living spaces. But, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Showrooms exist to give you a clear picture of what’s out there. And, the specialists that run them are there to guide you toward the best options. So, this holiday season, and always, consider giving yourself and others the ultimate gift by making home feel even better. 

Explore more options by visiting www.fergusonshowrooms.com or with a knowledgeable product expert at Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery at 1925 Dawson Street in Wilmington, NC.

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