Luxury interior design is the designing of indoor spaces for luxurious, upscale houses, apartments, and commercial properties such as high-end hotels. However, in a broader perspective, if we were to talk about high-end interiors, it usually focuses more on curating elements that deliver big on comfort, quality, detail, and sophistication. Luxury in the interior also requires a mastermind in play that is behind the magnificence of an upscaled space. They hold the aesthetics and experience to seamlessly curate a space of any style that exudes luxury.
Have you ever wondered, why most CEOs and high-ranking officials arrange a crucial corporate meeting, mostly with other CEOs, in a private resort or a luxury five-star hotel?
The question is that the same meeting reaches a different conclusion if conducted in a moderate conference room? The illusion of luxury is directly linked with the psychology behind how people perceive things based on their appearance, this is not only true for the corporate culture but for every sphere of life. Luxury is not just convenience, it’s a fashion that resonates with the identity of the person who holds it. You can say that luxury is a non-tangible asset that comes as a complement to some specific goods that have the power of aesthetic individuality.
Luxury provides these goods with the same aura you will find in a five-star hotel and will probably miss in a moderate conference room. Sara Hayat helps you achieve the aesthetic aspiration in your spaces, the creativity behind the furniture designs cast them in the dominion of luxury, and each piece that we have crafted ever since fits the very definition of artistic marvel.
If you are looking for Luxury, you will find it in Detail. It is argued that luxury is to do with the state of mind of those who own it. With the ancestral lineage of 150 years, we at Sara Hayat have concluded that luxury is the only ingredient that sells, the critics argue that owning luxury products is more to do with the mindset of the proprietor, a sense of self-fulfillment for them. But we think differently, luxury has nothing to do with the mindset of those who own it, rather it is focused on those who see it in the hands of its proprietor.
The piece that draws your attention from a plethora of furniture, the art that goes deep within the roots and makes it irresistible to applaud, we call it luxury. That is where we draw the link between aesthetic individuality and luxury, in the end, it all comes down to the design, even though it never speaks but can deliver the right message. That message may differ from person to person, from place to place, from culture to culture because it is to do with the spectator, not the proprietor or the designer. That implies that each design must be capable of delivering multiple messages, should converse in multiple languages, be bold to the audacious audience, be bright to the jovial audience and even be dull to the monotonous audience.
At Sara Hayat, one of the most characteristic features of Luxury is — strict lines. Rigorous geometry serves as a frame that disciplines and organizes opulence. Thus, such interiors are not about showing off wealth, they convey a subtle and elegant luxury.
To wrap all these characteristics into one piece, is the summit of aesthetic excellence, a crown that suits only those who know how to blend in the illusion of luxury and direct it to their command.