Your home is where you spend most of your time, so it should feel like a comfortable place that’s all yours. Unfortunately, far too many people have homes that don’t reflect their personality. By adding a few luxuries to your home, you can make your apartment, house, or condo feel more like your own personal escape from the world. Here are a few little luxuries for your home. 

  1. Lighting 

The lighting in your home can have a significant impact on the way a room looks. For example, you may want less lighting in the bathroom during a relaxing bath and more lighting in the kitchen while you’re cooking so you can see what you’re doing. Additionally, you can experiment with types of lighting, including table lamps, floor lamps, and more. You can mix lamps and wall lights with overhead lights to figure out the best lighting option for each room of your home so you can make your kitchen countertop shine or your living room feel more relaxing. 

  1. Peel and Stick Wallpaper 

If you’re a renter, you might not be able to paint your walls or make them exactly how you want them. However, you can change the appearance of your walls with peel and stick wallpaper that lets you add designs and style to your walls without the mess of paint. When you move out, all you have to do is peel the wallpaper off the wall. You can add a peel and stick crown molding or wallpaper an entire wall to make your own feature wall. There are many different types of wallpaper to choose from so you can find one that matches your unique style. 

  1. An Ergonomic Keyboard

Your work from home office space deserves the very best, especially if you spend most of your days working on a keyboard. You can relieve pressure and strain on your hands and wrists by getting an ergonomic or gaming keyboard that will help keep your wrists in the correct position and make typing more comfortable. Additionally, an ergonomic keyboard has a satisfying clacking noise that you might enjoy while listening to yourself type every day. 

  1. A Heated Towel Rack

If you’ve ever gotten out of the shower and wrapped a warm towel around your body, you know how luxurious it can truly feel. However, most people don’t get that kind of service in their own homes. You can purchase a heated towel rack that plugs into your wall outlet and keeps your towels warm for you to have something comfortable to step into after every shower. 

  1. A Carpet Cleaner

If you have pets, you already know the importance of having a quality carpet cleaning machine. Not only can powerful carpet cleaners clean pet messes easily, but they can also keep your carpets conditioned so they never pill or dull. While having a carpet cleaner adds one more chore to your monthly list, you’ll be able to pick up more dirt, mold, and mildew than vacuuming alone so your home will be cleanest it has ever been. 

  1. A Coffee Subscription

If you find yourself always rushing out to the store when you run out of coffee, consider getting a coffee subscription instead. With a subscription, you won’t ever have to leave the house to buy coffee, and you can have a new blend or flavor delivered to your doorstep every month. 

  1. Home Improvement Services

If you don’t feel like doing the home improvement yourself, you can hire many home repair companies and service providers, including plumbers and handyman services. For example, if your shower is backing up on you, you can hire drain cleaners to help remove hair and debris from your drains to improve your shower experience. YOu can also hire someone to fix broken items in your home, including handles, holes in the walls, and even appliances, to make your home more functional again. 

  1. A Home Garden

Growing your own plants is satisfying because it allows you to watch plants grow from seeds. Whether you choose to plant flowers, vegetables, or herbs, your home garden can turn into your favorite place by allowing you to spend some time among your plants to relax. You can also experience the health benefits of salt and vitamins that fresh vegetables provide. Don’t think you have enough space for a garden? You can use any space you have to start your own home garden, including your balcony. 

  1. A Smart Thermostat

Do you hate getting out of bed every night to turn the thermostat down because it gets too hot under your favorite blankets? Well, you don’t have to worry about setting your home’s temperature anymore. Smart thermostats automatically set the temperature for you based on your preferences. For example, you can keep your home warmer during the day and cooler at night without ever getting up to set the thermostat yourself. 


A smart thermostat can also save you hundreds of dollars on your heating and cooling bills by allowing you to optimize your home’s temperature to save money throughout the month. 

  1. An Iron

Do you ever wish you could have crisp clothes without wrinkles? Consider getting yourself an ironing board and iron you can take out and put away whenever you want. An iron can help you look and feel your best and give you a relaxing activity to do on a Sunday night. 

  1. A Room Divider

Homes aren’t always built the way we need them to be built. Sometimes you have space in your home that you need to break up into two rooms for better use of the space. For example, if you have a large living room in your apartment, you may need to use some of that space for a home office. With a room divider, you can split up space in your home to give yourself more privacy that allows you to focus on activities in that room instead of worrying about what everyone else is doing around your home. 

Final Thoughts

Everyone defines luxury differently. Luxury could be anything that makes your life easier and more enjoyable while you’re spending time in your home. If you are renting, make sure to check in with your landlord first to see what kinds of renovations you can make on your space. From improving the lighting so you can see better to getting the house fixed up without having to do any of the work yourself, you can find ways to make your home feel more luxurious. 


Ashley Nielsen

Ashley Nielsen earned a B.S. degree in Business Administration Marketing at Point Loma Nazarene University. She is a contributing writer at where she shares knowledge about general business, marketing, lifestyle, or financial tips. During her free time she enjoys being outside, staying active, reading a book, or diving deep into her favorite music.