The Style Evolution by Lux Deco

You know how much I love looking at scrumptious interiors, and Lux Deco is one of those sites that I go to when I want to indulge. Recently they have created a series of evolving interior design schemes, revealing how to effortlessly transform three key rooms into a myriad of inspirational looks. The Style Evolution is a exclusive project focuses on three rooms: a bedroom, living room and a multifunctional dressing room to study. The evolution of each room is cleverly showcased in a six-step transitional journey taking the audience gently through the design process, the result of which is a bold transformation.

“The rooms were designed using the finest interior products as well as many exclusive pieces designed with the NET-A-PORTER customer in mind,” comments Jonathan Holmes, CEO of, “It makes clear how small changes over time can really transform any room – which is the pleasure of creating a home – and it is a fun concept because everyone has their own favourite look through the transition.”

Presenting a variety of different styles, the series caters to all tastes evidenced by each room’s dramatic beginning and end results. The initial living room – a neutral space dressed with modern furniture in sophisticated taupe tone – transitions to a vibrant interior complete with game changing peacock blue sofa and coordinating accessories.

The bedroom looks are equally striking substituting an impressive four poster bed and unique teal accents for an elegant ivory velvet headboard, pops of coral and luxurious dark woods.

The final multifunctional room starts as a feminine dressing room with a statement mirror and classic British-made furniture pieces before becoming a slick office with the addition of a smart desk, modern bookshelves and on-trend accessories.

If you’re looking for a touch of luxury for your home this summer head over to LuxDeco and until the 31st August enjoy 15% off your first order with LuxDeco using code STYLE15.

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