It’s utterly lucrative to invest in the next hottest real estate opportunity and many of these are disguised as vacation homes that get rented occasionally. With sought-after high-rise condo properties that offer ocean views like those steadily springing up along South Florida’s coastline, luxury living is inevitable. But beside the obvious luxury perks like full concierge and full amenities, these properties are blank canvas and require an equal amount of luxury design to make them on par with their backdrops. Here are a few decorating tip that guarantee exactly that:
Function is key and most of the time, storage is one of the most important elements which is why it is pivotal to invest into custom closets and wardrobes. Ranging from simple to elaborate, functional closet organization is truly essential in every room as well as at the entrance, kitchen pantry and bathrooms. Some stunning examples include Plana collection by Pianca and Tecnopolis collection by Presotto.
Sophisticated window treatments and ambient light fixtures are also popular luxury barometers as are wall coverings and smartly placed furnishings. So choose wisely by selecting finishes and materials that have a wide appeal and also are consistent with the look and feel of the condo property. Some properties have a clean modern look while others offer a more transitional vibe. Check out Big table by Bonaldo with the colorful base in an all-white condo space that certainly gives off an art-deco, Miami-like style.
Quality is at the forefront when it comes to luxury investment properties and it needs to be consistent throughout the space. Kitchen cabinet quality should not be disproportional in terms of quality to the luxurious counter top or the choice of a sectional cannot be disconnected with its materials or construction from the wall covering or the floor choices. Not to mention that quality products have longer life cycles and come with stronger warranties, both of which are supper important when it comes to investment properties. A great example of luxury through-and-through would be using three-dimensional Candice Olsen wallpaper with raised metallic print and natural stone tile like a Calcatta with a Soleado sectional by Gamma Arredamenti.