2. Consider a metallic or mirrored section on your wall Opting for a reflective surface on part of your kitchen wall - for example, on the splashback area or on an island alcove - will add a truly luxurious element to the space.
As well as looking fabulous, a mirrored wall will also create the illusion of more space, too; a handy trick to bear in mind if you want your kitchen to feel a little roomier.
Whilst only a fraction as reflective as its mirrored counterpart, a precious metal accent panel will add a shimmering twist of glamour. Glorious!
3. Pick a statement light fitting Don't think 'statement' has to mean over-the-top. A light fitting can be wow-worthy whether it's a barely-there design or a full-on abstract chandelier.
Pick a design you truly love and won't be bored with after a few months; rather, gravitate towards something timeless that you'll love for a lifetime. (Or at the very least, a year or two.)
4. Go luxe with your accessories Gold cutlery? Go for it! Achingly cool matte black table mats for your dining table? Yes, please! Marble-effect utensils? Yes, yes, yes!
Any detail - no matter how big or small - can be made luxurious, simply by picking the just-right colour, texture or pattern for your space. Pick details you adore for your kitchen, rather than choosing items purely for function; if you love it, it's luxurious.