Materials List – What Makes Amazing Luxury Interior Design

If you’re looking for a luxury interior design there are many materials you can use to get the look. These are some of our favourites that create a truly luxurious feel.

Fixtures and Fittings


  • Parquet flooring
    • Oak is still a ‘Go To’ although often in a gorgeous array of wood stains. We are particular fans of herringbone.
  • Timber veneer doors
  • Underfloor heating
    • well worth the initial cost, it is a feel of luxury
  • Air conditioning
    • keeping your property at the best temperature at all time
  • Stainless steel ironmongery
  • 5 amp sockets
  • Low level lighting
    • for a warmer feel
  • Utility room
    • For families this is often a must, especially if the family is quite large or includes small children



  • Composite stone worktops
    • these are more hardwearing than marble for everyday use
  • Wood veneered or sprayed kitchen doors
  • Marble splash back
  • Induction hob with extraction hood (we love Miele)
  • Oven and combination microwave oven
  • Steam oven and coffee machine
    • (not Nespresso!)
    • For a culinary dream
  • Warming drawer
  • Full height, fully integrated fridge/freezer and separate larder fridge
    • alternatively we love fridge and freezer drawers
  • Integrated glass-fronted wine fridge
  • Dishwasher
  • Quooker tap
    • let’s not jumble up the kitchen counter with appliances
  • Concealed worktop lighting
  • Segregated waste storage

Master Bedroom

  • Bespoke full height wardrobes
  • Automated blinds

Steam room or sauna

  • High quality woods
  • Eco-friendly design

For more information on sauna design you should definitely catch up on our round up.



  • Marble and onyx throughout in master en-suite
  • Natural stone floor tiling and porcelain wall tiles in remaining bathrooms and en-suites
  • Twin basins in master en-suites
  • Dornbracht mixers, taps and shower fittings
  • Dual flush WC with concealed cistern
  • Interior of cabinets fitted with glass shelving and shaver point
  • Underfloor heating
  • Heated towel radiator
  • Feature vanity unit with marble surround and under counter mood light

Tech in Design


  • Speakers in all en-suite bathrooms
  • AV cabling infrastructure for sound, IT and TV distribution
  • High speed fibre optic connection infrastructure
  • Home automation system with controllable touch panels/push buttons where applicable
  • Automated blinds
  • Standalone scene set lighting control in principal rooms
  • Mains-powered smoke alarm with battery back-up

We are constantly amending this list as we work with suppliers to create better products for luxury clients.

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