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Quiet luxury interiors to inspire your home

Quiet luxury interiors to inspire your home

Our product ethos is centred around a commitment to craft pieces with longevity, and whilst we enjoy exploring the latest trends to gather inspiration, our designs never form because of what’s currently ‘in’.  

Once in a while however, a trend with lasting appeal appears and the topic of the moment is certainly one to take note of. If the whisperings of ‘quiet luxury’ haven't crossed your radar yet, let us introduce you to this covetable interior aesthetic and demonstrate how to get the effortless look throughout your home.

What is quiet luxury?

At its core, quiet luxury is an understated look formed by investing in the finest quality materials and pieces. First spoken of in terms of fashion, the trend has quickly become a talking point in the luxury interiors world - and rightly so, for luxury interior design often focuses on producing timeless and thoughtful spaces with longevity. Think pared-back colour palettes, layers of texture, organic shapes and less is more styling.

Be inspired by some of our favourite quiet luxury spaces…

Quiet luxury style: Kitchens

This stylish kitchen epitomises the effortless nature of the quiet luxury aesthetic. A truly warm and inviting space, the relaxed neutral hues, nurturing of original features and mix of harmonious finishes balances laidback living with an abundance of charm.⁠

AKB Design | Features our Queslett collections, both in our burnished brass finish.

If a modern look is more to your taste, embrace the quiet luxury trend in the kitchen with contemporary curves and reeded details, decadent navy cabinets, lavish marble and gleaming brass accents. Lighter walls and flooring keep the space feeling fresh and spacious.

Woodale Designs | Features our Edgbaston collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish. 

For open-plan kitchen-dining inspiration, get the quiet luxury look with oak joinery and furniture, a classic bar-style island and statement pendant lights.

Amanda Teal | Features our MIX collection in our burnished brass finish and our Latchford collection in our antique brass lacquered finish.

In this refined kitchen, a homely neutral palette works in harmony at every angle to achieve a room brimming with the beauty of quiet luxury.

Amanda Teal | Features our Latchford collection in our antique brass lacquered finish.

Expertly crafted pieces ensure a sophisticated and streamlined interior. Quiet luxury is a trend less about layering furniture and more about allowing the space to breathe to elevate the space.⁠ Opt for floor-to-ceiling joinery and a purpose-built island to maximise storage.

RK Designs | Features our Longbridge and Bromsgrove collections in our burnished brass finish.

Home office quiet luxury interiors

In the study, create a room sure to encourage optimum productivity by choosing a tranquil home office feel. Lead your design with tonal neutrals, dress the space with interesting textures and keep shelf styling minimal to bring the essence of the quiet luxury look to life.

Amalia Boier Interiors | Features our Grove collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish.

Bathrooms: Quiet luxury aesthetic

Master bathrooms and en-suites alike naturally suit quiet luxury inspired design. Achieve the look no matter the size of your space with oversized mirrors to maximise the light, a custom-built vanity unit to neatly disguise daily products and explore surfaces like quartz and marble. Aesthetically, a freestanding bath is perfect for this trend too.

Woodale Designs | Features our Latchford collection in our polished brass unlacquered finish.

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