Luxury for Less by DLT Interiors

September 2, 2013

DLT Interiors, a Manhattan based Interior Design firm, where I am very lucky to intern for, has came up with a way to show you how to afford a high end look at a budget friendly cost. This can be especially hard to do in Manhattan, but with the help of DLT Interiors, the design firm's spread called Luxury for Less shows that at an affordable cost you can purchase items that have a high end look. 

Luxury for Less is a two page monthly spread in The Resident Magazine in Manhattan and the Hamptons in New York. Each Luxury for Less issue features a different theme such as Navy & White, Natural Materials, Color Splash and Decorative Metals. Some of these themes are right here on my blog for you to look at! (I apologize in advance for not being able to read the descriptions in each picture - on the left are the high end items and on the right are the affordable items. You can see how similar the items look at a drastically different price range!) Also, here is a link to DLT Interiors, where you can find out more about the owner, Debbie Travin, and all of her versatile design services that are available in Manhattan!Above, Navy and White is a timeless color scheme which is why these pieces are perfect to update any space in your home.
Above, natural materials such as rattan, bamboo, wood and hemp help create a relaxed and soothing atmosphere. In this Hamptons issue, a natural color palette paired with a soft splash of color and natural materials are used to create an inviting outdoor space.Above, using splashes of color is a great way to bring new life back into any neutral color scheme.Above, by using different metals in your home you can create a feeling of warmth and sophistication. Gold, silver and bronze are timeless in interior design and can coordinate with most color schemes. You can try to mix different metals for an eclectic look or stick to one metal for a clean, cohesive look throughout your home.

These are only some of the different Luxury for Less articles by DLT Interiors that have been featured in The Resident Magazine. I hope that you have been inspired in some way to create some of these looks in your own home or your future home-to-be!


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