Glamour style is often associated with old Hollywood appeal, harkening to starlets’ lavish estates. When shopping for glam designs, look to items that catch your eye and feel opulent or even a little over-the-top. Offset show-stopping pieces with traditional furniture designs to keep your space in harmony. Glam elements can be incorporated into your space and blended with other styles to create a unique look that still captures the magic of sparkle and shine.



Color Palette
Look to crisp white shades layered with subtle pastel and metallic tones to harness the traditional glam elegance, or go dramatic with dark walls and deep jewel tones brightened up with airy curtains and sparkling accents.
Glam style relies on sumptuous materials and touchable textures. Go heavy on glistening metallics and mirrored finishes while peppering in marble, faux fur, velvet, and satin to create an air of extravagance. Cameo appearances by acrylic, glass, sequin, and crystal accents elevate a glam space straight to the A-list.
A glam room is often a mix of classic large pieces paired with accent furniture that captures the luxury aesthetic – and the look is surprisingly flexible and easy to blend with your other style sensibilities. Pull in mid-century-inspired designs for a retro glam feel, use traditional pieces for a regal look,


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