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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Interior Design Ideas to Add Glamour

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Interior Design Ideas to Add Glamour

January 18, 2019

Everyone tries to stay on budget during a remodel, and sometimes one splurge is all it takes for results that look luxe. This week the Remodelista editors five interior design ideas to add a touch of glamour:

Persian Carpet

In Bath, England, homeowners Nick and Catherine Gilpin (he&#8\2\17;s a musician and music producer who worked on Mamma Mia!, the stage show, and on each the two Mamma Mia! movies) remodeled a Georgian house for a modern family. Photograph by Paul Massey.
Above: In Bath, England, homeowners Nick and Catherine Gilpin (he’s a musician and music producer who worked on Mamma Mia!, the stage show, and on each the two Mamma Mia! movies) remodeled a Georgian house for a modern family. Photograph by Paul Massey.

Handmade antique Persian rugs feel fresh again. See this week’s House Tour‘Mamma Mia’ Music Producer Nick Gilpin’s Stylishly Revived Georgian Manse, for more.

Coveted Couch

Designed by Russell Pinch for The Future Perfect, the Goddard Sofa has an elegantly curved silhouette (see our post High/Low: The Curvy Sofa) and is available in four shades of velvet or customer’s own fabric; \$7,930 to \$9,4\20 at The Future Perfect.
Above: Designed by Russell Pinch for The Future Perfect, the Goddard Sofa has an elegantly curved silhouette (see our post High/Low: The Curvy Sofa) and is available in four shades of velvet or customer’s own fabric; $7,930 to $9,420 at The Future Perfect.

“In our book, expense alone does not merit quality” when it comes to shopping for a sofa, writes Alexa. She rounds up “our most-dreamed-of luxury sofas” in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

La Cornue Range

We&#8\2\17;ve partnered with Appliances Connection to help you eliminate the guesswork if you plan to invest in a new suite of state-of-the-art kitchen appliances to complement your home’s new look. Read more about La Cornue Ranges.
Above: We’ve partnered with Appliances Connection to help you eliminate the guesswork if you plan to invest in a new suite of state-of-the-art kitchen appliances to complement your home’s new look. Read more about La Cornue Ranges.

Read more about our partnership with Appliances Connection at 5 Things to Consider When Buying New Appliances.

Banker’s Desk Lamp

Above: From UK-based Original BTC, a Banker’s Light is a modern take on the traditional version (instead of an emerald glass shade, it has a shade made of white bone china and a graceful brass base); $1,245.

See more in this week’s High/Low post.

Jewel Tile Colors

Colored marble tiles glow like gemstones in a bath at Guest Room at luxe Maison de la Luz guesthouse in New Orleans. Photograph by Stephen Kent Johnson.
Above: Colored marble tiles glow like gemstones in a bath at Guest Room at luxe Maison de la Luz guesthouse in New Orleans. Photograph by Stephen Kent Johnson.

A , a soon-to-open guest house, Maison de la Luz in New Orleans by Atelier Ace (the team behind Ace Hotels) embodies a new trend: sumptuous serenity. See more in this week’s Hotel VisitMaison de la Luz: A Luxe New Guesthouse in New Orleans, by Atelier Ace.

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