6 Unique Luxuries For Your Home
Glamorous and luxurious additions that will transform your home into a luxurious oasis. They also make unique housewarming gifts!
We all know that money can’t buy happiness. It’s the little things in life, like accepting an award, being praised by colleagues, or hearing sweet words from a loved one that really give us joy and meaning in our lives. So what’s all the fuss about buying the latest Range Rover model and driving it off to the mountains for a weekend getaway? Or getting a glam new metallic Chanel bag and sporting it to your High School reunion? Or surprising your husband with a new Rolex watch after you crack a project and got a hefty bonus from your boss? These are all luxuries in life that we need money for. Material things that we spend on; but the question is, is it worth it?
Treating yourself to the luxuries you’ve been lusting after has its perks. It makes you remember your hard work. Luxurious items are expensive. But if you worked hard for it and you saved every penny of your salary, then you know you earned it, dammit! Your parents might say that you should have just bought a second-hand SUV, but the thing is, they aren’t you. Some people might question why you needed to buy the limited edition 24K Gold iPhone, when you could’ve just bought a normal iPhone. But it isn’t the same, is it? You worked hard and you’ve got your eye on the prize. In fact, these prizes motivate you to work harder — and motivation to work hard is always a good thing. Nobody else works on our behalf, so why should they get a say on how we spend money?
Here are six of our favorite splurges that give your home a luxurious bang-for-your-buck:
Those high-end knives would definitely make cooking a breeze. I bet it would also motivate me to cook more and experiment with new recipes. I’d feel like a chef in the making!! Just gotta watch out and hopefully, I don’t lose any fingers in the process. Those look really sharp. What I also love about those stainless steel knives is that they’re easy to clean and won’t harbor mold on their handles. I hate it when that happens because I know that I have to dispose of it to prevent the mold spores from getting in my food.
I hate it when that happens. Especially with plastic handles. It’s gross.
Warm towels sound nice! I think it would also be good as it can help in drying the towels as well.
I love my essential oils diffuser but I’m curious about these home fragrances from Agraria. I always see this bamboo reed diffusers but I find that thescent disappears quickly, I wonder if Agraria makes quality ones.
Sorry but I don’t think I want to replace my heater with a towel warmer. I could have both but taking the heater out would make me freeze to death. I’m a person who gets cold so easily and I find it unbearable to be too cold. I think I’d want heated floors instead… Lol…! Sometimes, even my carpet feels too cold for me. I know that most of you will just tell me to move someplace warm, but sorry that’s not an option. More like I’m sorry to myself.?
For a candle holder Rosendahl’s is quite expensive. I could easily find alternatives from H&M home.?
Balushka’s works are stunning. I can’t imagine how much work she would put in for an entire wall art of flowers. It seems like the amount of money people pay her would only go to her efforts and not her supplies! Paper folding has been quite a lost artistry yet here she is, modernizing it and making big money out of it. It’s probably difficult to hire assistants in making those flowers because it would take forever to teach them how she does it flawlessly.
Tried Agraria before and it was great. It wasn’t overpowering and that’s why I like it.
Even the burning ones aren’t overpowering?
Both the Jane Seymour and Balushka flowers are very nice. Jane’s was more of a classic floral arrangement that looks real and Balushka has a modern approach. Both look very great for interior decoration. I’m going to check out their stores. I only need small flowers for small spaces that I just want to enhance the look of.
I’ve been looking for luxurious decor like Rosendahl’s for quite some time now. I have a knack for looking for decors that look really fancy in order to make my space look more “put together”.
I’m so impressed by Balushka’s handcrafts. That is really a talent and I’m just so stunned by how classy and soft it looks. If I was to get married, it would be a garden wedding and I would love to have her creations around me, even as a bouquet at my wedding! I’ve never seen paper flowers look this good. I bet she sources the best papers for that. I’m wondering if it’s durable, but that first pic wherein it’s all over the wall is really majestic. She’s so talented.