Glam style is all about the drama and elegance. With materials that shine, like lucite, crystal, and brilliant metallics, this design style is nothing short of dazzling. If you’re looking for a show-stopping style that boasts a sophisticated flair but has an abundance of luxurious textures and intriguing patterns, then glam is for you. Glam spaces tend to be more polished and upscale, and often make a pretty bold statement. In general, they’re great for entertaining, with their highly styled and considered approach. Glam room designs can come to life in a variety of ways. They can be subtle, with hints of sparkle throughout, or full-on, over-the-top glam with luxurious features from floor to ceiling! And the materials, color palette, and specific furniture you choose will help set the tone for the style of glam you want to create. Going for Old Hollywood glam? Opt for a black and white color palette with pops of jewel tones. Want something more feminine and chic? Mix bright whites and pastels. Love the drama? It’s all about the jewel tones and animal prints. As you layer in different elements, remember that you can be as over-the-top as you want! So, mix those prints and patterns for a look that’s glam but totally unique to you. But whatever direction you choose, glam design is an upscale style that’s dramatic, but also refined and elegant. As for materials used in your upholstery and furniture, silk, velvet, dark woods, brass, and fur can all help contribute to a glam feeling. There are so many materials, colors and variations on glam style, that you can really make this your own! Sofas, chairs, and beds with soft, curved frames and tufted, velvet, or leather upholstery give a room an instantly glam vibe. Or, you could go for more angular and mid-century inspired furniture, glammed up with decadent upholstery and brass legs. You can also consider furniture with ornate carvings, those finished in a high-gloss lacquer, or even desks and chairs in lucite or acrylic! And definitely consider adding a chic bar cart to your glam dining room or living room! Top off a glam room design with glittering materials like glass, crystal, and shiny metal in the decor. Hang some bold, large-scale art and statement mirrors with interesting frames. And don’t forget to layer the lighting—because in a glam room, you don’t just want a single light source. Instead, work in a mix of chandeliers, wall sconces, floor and table lamps, and plenty of candles. While glam spaces can have more casual layouts, they tend to still look more formal because of the materials and furniture styles. However, it is a bit of a high-maintenance look. With all of the shiny materials and luxurious fabrics, this look includes, it’s not the most durable, forgiving, or kid-friendly style. But the extra care and maintenance is worth it for the lavish, distinct space you’ll end up with. If you want to incorporate glam style into your home—or just want an inspirational escape by digging into this chic style—scroll through our library of glam room designs!
To create a soft glam space, try using pink throughout the room! From the walls to a pink bench and pillows, and even soft pops of pink in the wall art. Balance these elements with neutral and classic glam furniture. These pieces all contribute to a soft glam pink look, which is very feminine and sophisticated.
Odd numbers work great for styling out surfaces or in this case, dressing up the wall! Odd groupings allow your eye to move around the collection and therefore the space, taking in all the details. We love these simple yet elegant wall shelves which are perfect for showing off prized pieces!
In this Hollywood Regency living room, you'll find furniture with vintage forms—like a rolled-arm chesterfield sofa—but in updated upholstery, like a luxe velvet. Curved forms and tufting are perfect in a Hollywood Regency-style room.The symmetrical layouts help add to the formality of this style, while pops of brass add warmth and a sense of luxury.
This glam living room feels opulent and casual because of its modern approach to style. They might be an an unexpected pairing but boho and glam are actually go great together. They're both eclectic styles by nature, allowing you to incorporate unexpected decor choices throughout your space.
People often shy away from glam style because they think it has to be really ostentatious. However, this sweet bedroom prove it can be as soft and inviting as any other style. In fact some of the glam touches in this space heighten the relaxed and inviting style, such as the pink faux-fur pillows and cozy velvet upholstered bed.
What a glorious space to retreat to! This master bedroom features a soft pastel color palette that enhances the serene feel of the space. Gold accents found in the furniture legs, table lamps and geometric mirror up the glam vibes to create a truly chic design.
Neutral tones mixed with metallic finishes result in a glamorous dining room design. Chic details and rich texture brings a formal look to life that every member of the family can enjoy. A dining chair style with tapered legs adds a mid-century twist.
We love this space because it proves a room can be both glam and low-key at the same time. The key to creating this balance is by paring elevated glam materials, velvet, gold, fur, with more simplistic contemporary shapes. Voila, you have the perfect glam space to kick back in.
The bold use of red in this office is so energized and excited it's sure to wake you up more than any cup of coffee. To break up the space and keep it from feeling to intense we broke up the red with light woven textures making the space feel welcome as well as inlivingning.
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