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5 luxury interior designs to get inspired by in 2021

By LLM Reporters on 17th February 2021

When it comes to living a luxury lifestyle, few things are as important as your surroundings – especially at a time when we’re spending more time at home than ever thanks to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. If you’re quickly growing tired of looking at those same four walls, you may be considering a change – but at a time where first-class flying and luxury yacht holidays are limited, how can you recreate the opulence in the comfort of your own home?

Popular high-end Instagram account Lux Interiors is a great place to start when it comes to seeking out inspiration or simply escaping into a world of five-star everything, showcasing the ‘finest interiors in the world’ and leaving no stone unturned in the pursuit of opulence.

From simply feasting your eyes to get that luxury hit to seeking out ideas to revamp your living space, or makeover a newly purchased dream home, prepare to get lost in this feed for hours. Cars, yachts and coffee shops may not be your usual first port of call when it comes to interiors inspiration, but if you’re looking to create an entirely unique feel that ups the ante on opulence to the next level entirely, then you’ve come to the right place.

While you’re at it, you may well find yourself investing in one or two extra additions to your luxury lifestyle, too – because let’s face it, nothing quite compares to a private jet like the real thing.

With over 3,000 posts and an impressive 1.6 million followers, there’s a reason this account has amassed such a sizable audience, and these five designs will shed a little light on some of the most notable interiors you can expect to see there.

Skyatch One

The Skyatch One from SottoStudios is one of the most stunning private jets you will ever come across. Priced at $83 million, it’s described as a yacht that can fly – and a quick glance inside is enough to understand why. Skyatch One Embraer Lineage 1000E comprises impeccable design and careful attention to detail, and aside from the immaculate main cabin, which is a very impressive sight to behold indeed, it also includes a master suite with a luxurious bath and shower, a conference room, and a chartroom – just like you’d find on a ship.

The jet is fitted with nautical details throughout, including handmade brass accents, a planetary marquetry clock inspired by the 15th Century Ducal Palace Studiolo, and additional detailing in gold, silver, platinum, and mahogany wood.

Don Cafe House

Who says a coffee shop can’t be super elegant and stylish? These days, not many. The Don Café House, located in Kosovo, is a stylish meeting spot which features an interior inspired entirely by coffee. With a colour scheme reminiscent of a luxurious milky latte, the café comprises a unique feature wall is designed to be shaped like a coffee sack. As well as making a unique addition to the aesthetics, this also serves a functional purpose, with seats built into it in which customers can sit back, relax, and enjoy a bottomless cup or two. With tables and chandeliers shaped like coffee grains, the design is a product of Innarch and in all, this stylish coffee shop is a pretty plywood masterpiece.

2021 Mercedes Maybach

Mercedes is globally renowned for its expertise in luxury automobiles, and its latest offering, the 2021 Mercedes Maybach S580, does not disappoint in any way. The cabin of this ultra-luxury sedan car is leather-lined and both front and rear seats are heated and feature a range of massage settings to allow passengers to travel in the most opulent way possible.

The Maybach S580 features a broad wheelbase that is seven inches longer than standard, providing more legroom for passengers and an increased level of comfort overall. Meanwhile, the interior also packs a 64-colour ambient lighting system and a panoramic sunroof for letting in that all important fresh air. As a modification, Mercedes also offers an optional executive rear seat. The package comes with folding tables, an extended centre console, temperature-controlled cup holders and all of the other luxury mod cons you’d expect, with other optional extras including a refrigerator and electrical rear doors.

Make no mistake; the Mercedes Maybach S580 is the whole package when it comes to both functionality and luxury, and the ultimate inspiration when it comes to injecting some additional style and sophistication into your home.

Black Villa in Harriman State Park

An innovative New York home designed in retreat-style by architect Reza Mohtashami, the Black Villa is a visual masterpiece from the word go, featuring a stunning exterior surrounded by lush greenery – but it’s what’s on the inside that really matters, and this place certainly doesn’t disappoint. The most impressive feature? The transparent glass ceiling in the living room, which allows anyone spending time in there to enjoy an expansive skylight from the comfort of the sofa.

Dragon House Bali

We could hardly let a luxury interiors article pass by without taking some inspiration from beautiful Bali – a nation renowned for its spectacular luxury villas and lush green landscapes. If you’re seeking a luxury villa for rent or holiday short let in Ubud once lockdown has finally ended, then a trip to Dragon House will provide you with the much-needed escape you crave, featuring four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a furnished kitchen, private parking, spa and wellness facilities, and even free WiFi.

But aside from making for a great holiday spot, it’s the perfect opportunity to seek some inspiration for your own home, too. Dragon House was designed for hosting meditation retreats, and is designed to emulate a modern Balinese temple. So, if you’re looking to inject a little zen into your own abode and create an opulent environment that is designed to stimulate creativity, then look no further.

The bottom line

Feeling inspired? You’re not alone – and taking note of some of these impressive interiors will have your surroundings transformed in no time. To immerse yourselves in more luxury interiors like these – all without leaving the house – head over and follow Lux Interiors on Instagram. Connecting luxury marketers with willing buyers from around the world, this impressive page is also a major player in the modern luxury property industry, so if you’re looking to make a new purchase to treat yourself post pandemic rather than simply making over your home, then this might just be the place.

And if you’re simply in search of a little escapism, then you’re guaranteed to find it here – with all the luxury interiors you could dream of and more at your fingertips.