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What Is Quiet Luxury in Homes and How to Achieve It

The name suggests it’s quiet but it seems to be the talk of the town!

In the fashion industry, quiet luxury emphasizes sustainability and simplicity. It’s about being conscious of the pieces that you acquire and curating a wardrobe with investment pieces that will remain classic throughout the years. The idea is not entirely new, as having finer pieces without any logos in sight has been in the industry for a long, long time, but it seems to be the matter of the moment.

On the other hand, in homes and interiors, it focuses on a more intimate concept by holding on to pieces that have sentimental value, are classic and investing in things that will last. Quality seems to be a priority when it comes to quiet luxury in interiors. It goes deeper than jumping into fleeting trends and having the urge to redecorate every season. It follows a less-is-more approach to designing to achieve effortless exquisiteness. The idea is to focus on layering textures in neutral color palettes with the finest fabrics to achieve a cohesive look.


Back To Basics

The emphasis of quiet luxury is in comfort and creating an oasis to protect and improve your well-being. Thus, a cleaner and softer-looking space will be the ultimate treat to yourself. Keep your things tidy and choose simpler accents to give the space a polished and uncluttered look. 


Quality Over Quantity

The key is to invest and use materials that are of prime quality and craftsmanship. High-quality pieces and materials will not only look seamless in a space, but will also stand the test of time, which you’ll be grateful for in the long run.


Stick To Gentle Neutrals

Colors play an important role in your space. Go for earthy tones and muted colors. This way, you can create a calm yet luxurious atmosphere. Incorporate different hues of taupe, eggshell, off white, etc. and play with different textures in the same color palette for decor and accessories. Have fun with bold colors but in smaller and more temporary pieces such as flowers and accessories.


Stick To Gentle Neutrals

Colors play an important role in your space. Go for earthy tones and muted colors. This way, you can create a calm yet luxurious atmosphere. Incorporate different hues of taupe, eggshell, off white, etc. and play with different textures in the same color palette for decor and accessories. Have fun with bold colors but in smaller and more temporary pieces such as flowers and accessories.


Banner photos via CE Interiors and Brady Williams Studio


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