Luxury Home Trends All Point To Las Vegas

Luxury Home Trends All Point To Las Vegas

Las Vegas’s luxury real estate market offers buyers a tapestry of interior designs, architectural styles, and desert views.

From soaring open glass walls to outdoor living rooms and casitas, living in luxury in Las Vegas is an experience few could take issue with.

Large lots and vast landscapes offer a sense of space, giving homeowners room to move in a place that’s more than a house. It’s as if the desert is also theirs.

Luxury Home Trends All Point To Las Vegas

 

Like the searing sunsets, the Las Vegas valley experiences as dusk merges with the Red Rock horizon, luxury homes in 2017 are reflecting design trends that bring outside inside.

According to “Mansion Global,” a website for luxury home buyers, interior design trends will lean toward the “earthy,” and natural.

Large lots and vast landscapes offer a sense of space


Varied greens will appear on walls to contrast with soothing blues and gray support tones. Furniture will likely reflect those themes, minus the occasional splashes of bright highlights.

Apparently, there’ll be no uniformity to the use of metals in this year’s new luxury homes.

Designers will blend copper with metallics, and offer options for dark iron and brass fixtures.

In a Las Vegas luxury home, the urge to “go big” is common. However, true character is revealed in subtlety, especially in homes with sweeping views of our surroundings.

 

Homes with mountain and Mojave views should consider toning down decor in spaces with expansive natural lighting and access to the outdoors. Let what’s around you define the luxury. And in a place like southern Nevada, that’s not hard to let happen.

It’s also not a surprise then that terracotta has made its way into back into the portfolios of interior designers. A perfect match for a desert luxury estate provided it’s not overdone.

Trends are also showing up that incorporate small spaces into big homes.

For example, hidden closets for storing home goods and even small offices. Pillars in primary rooms can hold small closets and hide clutter.

true character is revealed in subtlety

Las Vegas luxury buyers are provided options not found in places like Los Angeles or the Hamptons. In short, your dollar goes much farther here. And, so do the landscapes.

Century 21 Gavish Luxury Estates is currently helping a number of $1 million+ buyers find their place in our market. Are you ready to find yours?