This article is meant for those that want a premium feel inside their homes. Whether you’re buying, renovating or building, our guide can be useful in a variety of different ways. We’ve compiled four unique and very different materials that are either frequent in decoration, are held in high regard by construction experts and homeowners or both. Without further ado, let’s get into it!
Wood décor and timber in an interior aren’t something new. They’re used all over the world, whether it be Cambodia, Sweden or the United States. It’s easy to fit timber in pretty much any interior because it feels and looks natural.
But have you heard about charred timber, though? Charring is the name of a wood processing technology that involves exposing the timber to fire and burning it for a specific amount of time. Direct contact with flames makes timber resistant to fire, water as well as pests. However, the premium appeal comes from the looks. Charring enhances the colour and deepens the texture which means premium quality and premium-looking wood!
It’s sort of a cliché, but those don’t come from nothing. Marble tabletops, marble surfaces and anything else that’s made of marble is always eye-catching, drop-dead gorgeous and as supreme as they come.
Of course, marble is not a cheap material. Far from it. If you can allow yourselves to have a marble tabletop or anything else made from this precious and beautiful stone, there’s really no substantial reasons on why you shouldn’t go for it.
Sparkling or glowing composite stone is close to a dream choice. Why? Well, first of all it’s very durable and can withstand years of non-stop loads and uses.
Second of all, the surface is extremely easy to clean and due to the material being so strong, it’s almost impossible to damage it, meaning that it can stay in mint or near mint condition for years to come.
Thirdly you have the obvious appeal of a smooth, glowing surface which has that premium look many of us want in their homes. For a few decades now, composite stone tabletops and panels have been fitted in homes, most of which are in the US. Europeans are slowly adopting this material as well, but if you want that supreme American look – go for composite stone and you’ll not be disappointed.
Lights and chandeliers, tables, panels as well as doors even. Wherever you have see-through surfaces, if they’re done right – you definitely have a premium interior on your hands.
Crystal is much more expensive than glass, but the clean look, the beauty and the fragility of it make crystal a much-liked and much sought-after product in the decoration niche.
Furthermore, glass coffee tables as well as glass panels can add a modern and clean look to a certain room and space.