Some people have a clear view of how they want their living rooms to look. Others need to be inspired. If you know that you want something glamorous, but you're not sure how to go about it or what route to take, head over to Pinterest for some easy inspiration. Whether you want subtle glamour or something over-the-top, you're sure to find something to inspire your inner decorating diva. Achieve a glamorous look using a single tone.
Glamorous rooms don't have to be dramatic. As this simply decorated room demonstrates, glamour can be achieved using a single tone with a few luxurious details. Floor-length drapes, button tufting, reflective surfaces, and a touch of gold, combine to create subtle glamour and an atmosphere of elegance.
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Sometimes glamour is all in the details.
The detailed plaster walls in this living room shared by The D Pages are nothing short of exquisite. This room could be left empty and still be oozing glamour. In a room like this, with ample architectural details, the key is to keep the furnishing simple and let the walls do all the talking.Continue to 2 of 4 below.
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Achieve a glamorous look with oodles of color and pattern.
Who says a living room can't be jam-packed with color and pattern and still be glamorous? Certainly not the decorator of this bold room shared by One Kings Lane. What makes this room feel glamorous in the midst of all that's going on is the gold faux bamboo table and the delicate details on the wood and cane settee.Continue to 3 of 4 below.
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Small Space Glamour
Small rooms can be glamorous, too!
The best way to create glamour in a small space is to use a giant gilt mirror as this eclectic room shared from Lonny. Gilt mirrors are inherently glamorous, and in a small space, they help reflect light, making the room feel bigger. There's also a great mix of styles in this room which adds to the glamorous vibe.Continue to 4 of 4 below.
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Feminine glamour never goes out of style.
For those who love girly glam, this living room is sure to inspire. Pink walls, dupioni silk, nailhead trim, gilt finishes, plaster wall details...is there anything about this pink room from Horchow that doesn't make you feel like a '50s era movie star?