You'll get way more than you bargained for with these well-priced, but eminently luxe, furniture, appliances, clothing, and accessories.
It's smart to spend more to buy quality and value. But it's doubly dumb to pay way, way more and wind up something that delivers so much less.
Expensive is better, right? Our brains certainly think so, and that can cost us plenty. Learn how your brain deceives you and resist the splurge.
Having the "right" brands may boost your self-image. But if you want features and function instead of cachet, go for these alternatives to luxe.
Look beyond the status that goes with a luxe price, and these cheap alternatives give you most of the value, but at a fraction of the cost.
Who doesn't want to live large on a small budget? From fine dining to a luxe ride, here's how to get a lot more for much less.
Upgrading one thing doesn't mean you need to upgrade another and another — although it can feel that way. And there's a name for that — the Diderot Effect.
When it comes to saving time, cooking food right, and making meals delicious, these simple kitchen investments can go a long way.
From nice soap to good food to quality kitchen gear and more, a few small splurges are sometimes all you need to make your life feel utterly luxurious.
A useful tactic for dealing with those who think you need to spend more, a luxury eccentricity helps deflect criticism while allowing you to indulge.
How do you defend your luxuries? Easy: You defend them to yourself, not to some other guy.
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